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Andrys Basten | all galleries >> TURKEY Photos - Anatolia, 2004, with Canon Elph >> Photos: St. Nicholas church. Old St. Nick origin > Bad photo but I liked the eyes.
Not your Jolly St. Nick tho'
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19-OCT-2004 Andrys

Bad photo but I liked the eyes.
Not your Jolly St. Nick tho'

Canon PowerShot S400
1/500s f/2.8 at 7.4mm hide exif
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Date/Time19-Oct-2004 06:28:22
ModelPowerShot S400
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length7.4 mm
Exposure Time1/500 sec
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White Balance (-1)
Metering Modemulti spot (3)
JPEG Quality (6)
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Andrys Basten02-Jul-2017 17:22
Cathy - thanks for the recent input. I had never known that 'old St. Nick' was based on a
real person, much less a designated saint. Hope your sister enjoyed the alternate name :-)
Cathy Smoot 15-Jan-2017 09:19
Looking up the origin of my sister's name, Myra. So many churches these days are afraid to associate someone named St. Nick with Christmas. I've heard more that Christmas with good ole St. Nick was pagan. So I appreciate the increase to my knowledge base. I will tell Myra she is now Kale.
Cathy Smoot
Andrys Basten07-Dec-2010 11:20
Glad you enjoyed it. We happened upon it by chance, and had no idea about
St. Nicholas and his history, but it was one of my favorite churches visited.
L.Joustra 06-Dec-2010 15:09
Thank you for giving me a very nice impression of what is left of the original burial place of St. Nicholas, the patron of our city Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Andrys Basten17-Jul-2010 01:11
Thanks, Tina!
TINA 16-Jul-2010 19:04
Great photos, thank you!
Andrys Basten24-Jul-2007 03:10
Michael, Bartlett - Thanks so much for taking the time to write. You expressed what I
thought while there, wondering how it all looked during its time. Churches are often built
with pride and care, but the unusally rich mosaic-tile detailing was amazing to see.
One of the most beautiful churches I've entered. Glad you enjoyed it too, this way.
Michael, Bartlett, NH 24-Jul-2007 01:44
Excellent photos. I felt as if I were there. The beauty of the stone and craftsmanship are astounding. The colors are fantastic. I can only imagine what it looked like "in the day".
Thank you for the education and wonderful pictures.
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