Friday, 7 January 2011

Fiddling With Elland Wesleyan Church


I took this picture yesterday and, yes, I have fiddled with it a bit. But fiddling is aloud, indeed fiddling is to be encouraged. In this case I fiddled with Elland Wesleyan Church, a magnificent edifice which was built in 1892 but stopped functioning as a chapel in 1974. It was recently included within Elland Conservation Area so hopefully the fine building will be available for people to fiddle with for years to come.

6 comments:

Chairman Bill said...

I do hope you weren't wearing a cassock while doing the fiddling.

Valerie said...

Wonderful shot of the old church. It's good to know some of our fine buildings will be retained. I hate it when our history is abolished for the sake of progress... sometimes unnecessarily.

You were right about our snow... it's coming down thick and fast.

Sunny said...

I hope Rome wasn't buring while you were fiddling!
I hope these wonderful old, history filled buildings are preserved.
☼ Sunny

Betsy said...

You are SO good at fiddling! :)

Mmm said...

I think your fiddling with it is worth while here as you;ve given it a sort of etchy feel. Very nice.

L. D. Burgus said...

It is great along with all it's adjustments. Good job, bravo.