Week 8 Uncommon
This is one of the smallest chapels in the world, a converted Dove cote on the former Hales family estate in Canterbury, this building was converted into a Jesuit chapel in the 1800's.
Apart from the size, this chapel has another uncommon feature, animal bones were used in its construction and are clearly visible on the outside of the building.
The chapel is only opened one day a year now and has a feeling of neglect about it which is a bit sad.
I was lucky with the weather this week, I knew we were likely to get some fog in the mornings from Friday, so held my nerve and went out early in the hope of getting the image with the right atmosphere.
Edited in Lightroom and Exposure X4 then minor touching up in Photoshop.
This was shot 15 minutes before sunrise with a 6 second exposure.