MJ reminded me that I haven’t used any pictures from our
Bermuda trip last year for my blog.
I’ve posted a few in the past, but never on the blog. One of the coolest places we visited
while we were there was the Unfinished Church located in the town of St.
George. This is an elegant
edifice, worth the small walk (about 5 city blocks from the marina).
Construction started in the 1870s, when the St. Peters Church was badly damaged by a storm, which they thought was beyond repair. So they started to build a new church. For a number of reasons, they never finished the construction. The church has been sitting in this status for over 140 years. Today the picturesque ruins are a protected historic monument and part of the St. George’s World Heritage Site.
I took this picture with a 3-exposure auto-bracket in Aperture mode set at f22 and ISO 100.
To see some other pictures from my Bermuda trip click the links below: