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St George's Cathedral 6
Australia

This is a very surreal room in the church. The eerie book back lit and chained to the wall. The red altar and all the kneeling benches it was very cool to stand in the room and look at all the ancient stuff on the walls.

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Uploaded: 02/04/2010
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Tags: perth; city; church; cathedral; religeous; hdr
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