Entrance to the grandest of all medieval Denbighshire parish churches, St. Marcellas north Wales, UK
The church is also known as Llanfarchell in Welsh, and Whitchurch or Eglwyswen after its original white-washed exterior that could be seen from miles around, treasured as the parish church for many years St Marcellas was lavishly rebuilt in the local double-naved style during the late 15th century, with an imposing tower and a noble range of big ‘Perpendicular’ style windows.
Self-taught British photographer, his art consists mostly of Digital Blending / HDR / Textures / Painting style of Architecture, Seascape, Religious themes, Landscape and the Vintage era.
Adrian has had numerous photos published in Photoplus the UK's number one Canon monthly magazine.
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