Tuesday, 4 September 2012

St Matthews, Windsor


Windsor is one of the five townships declared by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1810: Windsor, Richmond, Castlereagh, Pitt Town, and, Wilberforce.

St Matthews Anglican Church in Windsor, designed by the convict architect, Francis Greenway, was founded in 1820.

5 comments:

smkelly8.com said...

I love the colors. Stunning.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Glorious sunny perspective of this lovely old church! Quite a landmark in Windsor!

hamilton said...

that is one deep blue sky you have over there!
The cupola on this church looks a bit out of place - but that is me being too critical.

Julie said...

Yeah. I need to adjust my in-camera settings for contrast and saturation and colour tone. I also tend to under-expose to ensure the detail of the sky is captured as well. Hence, the irridescence of the sky.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I love this church ... the cemetery seems incidental. I remember sitting in the park over the road from it one summer day writing poetry ... should do more of that ... lolling around wiring poetry instead of working late nights like I have been doing this week.