Thursday, August 13, 2009

13/8/2009 St George's Church Penang

It was a cloudy day, as I was first thinking to go to Teluk Bahang for some photo shooting, but end up I went to the St George's Church for photo shooting.

St. George's Church is the oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia and is located in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It was completed in 1818 on the initiative of the Penang Colonial Chaplain, Rev. Robert Sparke Hutchings (who also went on to found the Penang Free School) and consecrated on 11 May 1819 by the Bishop of Calcutta, Thomas Fanshawe Middleton. (Taken from Wikipedia)

The map below shows the location of St George's church.

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It was raining as I shooting photos halfway, so only a few photos I was managed to captured.

This is the Penang High Court view from St George's Church

A monument to commemorate Francis Light located outside of a church within a pavilion

St George's Church

A HDR image of St George's Church, merged with 3 photos of different exposures

St George's Church and the pavilion


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