royal coat of arms of king george the third

Painted in 1808 by John Adams. This coat of arms is located high above the entrance to the church tower in extensive shadow. I used a fairly high iso and low shutter speed, underexposed the shot and brought out the image in post-processing.

This is a professional quality, high definition photo called "royal coat of arms of king george the third". It is one of many churches pictures featured in the image gallery called The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul in Headcorn. This collection of pics, along with many others, can be found in the Churches section(s) of the Photorasa website. Click or tap on the image below to view a higher quality, higher resolution version. You can download the photo to your pc, laptop, tablet or other device by tapping on the green button below it. A higher resolution image of "royal coat of arms of king george the third" is available minus the watermark is available upon request.

royal coat of arms of king george the third
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