Posted by
Peter (Warkworth, New Zealand) on 28 July 2019 in Lifestyle & Culture.

I love the austere interior of the very small church building at Pakiri. It is still used and the simple exterior and grounds are tidy, well presented and maintained. This view down the aisle to the altar is taken through the porch window to get sufficient depth in the shot.
This building interior contrasts sharply with the Catholic church of Peter and Paul at Puhoi (both in our local region) with its stained glass windows, lush paintings and statuary - views of which I posted a few months ago. Both are equally as interesting and reflect the varying opinions and beliefs within the Christian denominations.

Canon EOS 60D 1/250 second F/8.0 ISO 800 18 mm

Time to shoot a few snaps but still - Rather short of time at present with study and work but having a look at everyone's splendid images when I can.