- Aperture: ƒ/9.7
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 11.5mm
- ISO: 64
St Anne’s Church, Shandon with the salmon shaped weather vane, stand high over the city of Cork.
Templetown Church on the Hook Peninsula was once the headquarters of the Knights Templar for this area of Ireland, now it is a ruin of its former glory.
St Alfega Church dominates Greenwich Church Road, a step sideways from Greenwich’s most famous resident, Cutty Sark. St Alfega was Archbishop of Canterbury in 1012 when he was taken hostage by Danish raiders. Rather than being ransomed he was executed in Greenwich. The church commemorates and memorialises St Alfega’s martyrdom.