St. Georges Parish Church, Piran (2013)
Colour photograph by Graham Hawcroft


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Artist's description:

Saint George's Parish Church in Piran (Slovene: Župnijska cerkev svetega Jurija v Piranu) is a Roman Catholic church located on the hill above Piran, a port town on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in southwestern Slovenia. It was built in the Venetian Renaissance architectural style and has been dedicated to Saint George. It was the life work of the stonemanson Bonfante Torre from Venice.

Piran is a marvellous place to visit (even in the rain) and relax with my camera and pod. This shot was taken from a hill above Piran, using a prime lens, manual focus, delayed shutter release and a self timer to reduce the chance of vibration.

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