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Michael Henderson

Free Member, Madison County, North Carolina

Saint Statue at Esquipula Church

One of the oldest churches in North and Central America. 400 years old.

Comments 14

  • Anja Junctorius 04/01/2007 13:18

    It is a great detail. I wouldn´t expect that kind of statue at a church. But it is really a great shot.
    Best regards from Germany
  • DRAGA PUC 03/28/2007 22:48

    thanks for the info and for th4e is great! Interesting perspective
  • Pawel Majewski 02/28/2007 22:37

    Great motive
  • Stefan S. Mosley 02/25/2007 12:58

    Great shot Mike, looks really good. Interesting info about the church.

    P.S. Thanx for your friendly comments on my photos. I apprecuiate it.
  • Pascal Viyer 02/21/2007 10:54

    the preacher's monk taken gives a 3D and very important message
    Great shot !
  • Theo Weijmer 02/20/2007 16:53

    Good perspective, makes the creature look real big.
    Greetings Theo
  • Wolfgang Graf 02/20/2007 10:12

    I know this is a church and one should'nt joke but this monk looks a bit like a garden dwarf :-)
  • Barbara-J. 02/20/2007 9:13

    Very interesting detail from the church! He looks realy frightening, if you ask me! Great!
    Greetings, Babsi
  • Bonnie Steinbach 02/20/2007 1:29

    Nice work Michael, he doesn't look very happy.
  • Tom McAlexander 02/20/2007 0:04

    Don't jump, Michael. Oops, for a minute I thought it was a self portrait. Anyway, great subject for b/w and nicely captured.
    ps Think I would have left off the red line border. - t
  • Daren Borzynski 02/19/2007 23:36

    Great composition.
    Very nice detail & tone.

  • Lydia Schwaiger 02/19/2007 22:01

    great building - very goood job - fine done -greets lydia
  • BRYAN CRUTE 02/19/2007 21:39

    Good detail to the picture.
    Looks a bit scary !
  • Leo_nid 02/19/2007 21:16

    Interesting detail here, Michael
    Works well in b&w