Sunday, August 30, 2009

St. Botolphs Church

This picture was taken in 1898, and shows St. Botolphs church. The picture was made with the photochrom process, which was a very early technique for generating color pictures. The picture is in Boston, England.

5 comments:

  1. +JMJ+

    A lovely addition to my Sunday--thank you!

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  2. PJM;

    that process seems to give the photo an interesting texture, like it was hand painted, which I understand some earlier b&w photos were.

    Yet these pictures have a lot more detail.

    Thanks for sharing...

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  3. I really liked your blog! Very nice

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  4. Known as the Boston Stump, the tower can be seen for many miles across the Fens. St Botolph's is celebrating 700 years this year!

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  5. It looks like some of the churches around here, in New England - especially in Boston, Mass.

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