Photographer's Note

This is St Mary's, the ancient parish church of Ealing, in St Mary's Road.
I was surprised to find such a fine and big church in Ealing, just near the guest house where I was staying. I could not find much reference about it. Here below is what I found:

“A church building had been on the site for many hundreds of years. In the late 1720s a plain and simple Georgian building erected, complete with a new peal of bells. It is that new building, opened on Trinity Sunday 1740, which forms the core of what still stands here today. By 1860 the architect S.S. Teulon transformed the simple village church into a huge 'Byzantine shrine'. On May 30th 1866 the new building was consecrated.”


ISO Speed Ratings = 80
Metering Mode = Center Weighted Average
Focal Length = 7.4mm (35 mm equivalent: 55 mm)

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