As I walked along the water toward the Little Mermaid statue in Langelinje Harbor, I came across St. Alban’s Anglican Church.  As pretty as it was up close from the front, it was every bit as striking from a bit of a distance and from the other side after leaving the star-shaped fortress of Kastellet.

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St. Alban’s Church Photo #1.  The front door of the church was especially beautiful!

 

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St. Alban’s Church Photo #2.  St. Alban’s Church as seen through one of the gates of the Kastellet.
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St. Alban’s Church Photo #3.  Looking across a canal at St. Alban’s Church.

 

 

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  1. I always love your posts, but this one is especially wonderful! I love the truly different sense of place one gets from each of these images, and they’re all so beautifully composed.

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