Through The Lens, Trinidad & Tobago

Archbishop's House

February 21, 2005

Archbishop's House

Along the western edge of the Queen's Park Savannah stand seven magnificent structures, all constructed in the early 1900's, each with its own unique style and architecture.

Archbishop's House, completed in 1904, has been the residence of the Archbishop of Port of Spain for over 100 years.

One thing I find interesting about this photo is that with the sepia toning, the resulting cream colour of the walls closely matches its actual colour.

Posted by phototakeouter at 10:21 PM | Comments (1)

I really like the coloring or lack of in this shot. I still can't believe the shutter shot is not photoshopped, that is amazing. Probably one of my favorite pictures.

March 12, 2005 09:00 AM, Patrick

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