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Some recently developed photos I took while I was in my last year of Academy School about 7 years ago. Film has been sitting in the back of my bedside cabinet and finally got curious enough to get them developed. Not half bad. Bit  grainy and out of focus but could just say it was intentional and arty! Try and ignore the Tesco sign in the back ground of the bottom picture!

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Canandaigua New York ~ Clement House ~ Second Empire ~ 1885 by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo
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The Structure was home to three prominent Lawyers. The unique Second Empire style is created by the mansard roof eleven dormers, arched porches and Victorian double door. 176 - 178 North Main Steet

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St Clement’s Church, Isle of Harris by Taqbir Huda
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St Clement’s Church is a fifteenth-century church in Rodel, Harris, Scotland, making it the oldest subject I have photographed till date. A notable 17th-century poetess Mary Macleod (Mairi Nighean Alasdair Ruaidh) is said to be buried here.

Grave of Catherine Wills, former Matron at Salisbury Infirmary. Died 1854. Catherine was probably one of the last people to be buried at St. Clements Churchyard, after the church itself was demolished in 1852. Other staff of Salisbury Infirmary, such as surgeon Charles Stokes, were also buried in St. Clements. The churchyard is now a wildlife garden called The Secret Garden, Salisbury.

Happy Maryland day! This state holiday marks the anniversary of the March 25, 1634, landing of the first European settlers in the Province of Maryland, the third English colony to be settled in British North America. The journey took the colonist from Cowes on the Isle of Wight in England to St. Clement’s Island in the Potomac River. On the same day, Father Andrew White presided over the first catholic mass in British North America.

“For the power of God is always present, in contact with us…God is not in darkness or in place, but above both space and time, and qualities of objects. Wherefore neither is He at any time in a part, either as containing or as contained, either by limitation or by section. For what house will you build to Me? says the Lord. Nay, He has not even built one for Himself, since He cannot be contained. And though heaven be called His throne, not even thus is He contained, but He rests delighted in the creation.” - St Clement of Alexandria