St Peter’s Church ruins Post author:fitravel Post published:09/02/2016 Post category:Uncategorized Reading time:1 mins read Looking into the ruins of the St Peter’s Church above the St Mary’s Cemetery in South End Tags: church, Eastern Cape, monuments, PE Monuments, port elizabeth, ruins Read more articles Previous PostGarden services at rest Next PostHumewood Beach You Might Also Like Giraffe up and down 14/09/2013 Rocky beach 11/12/2010 Eastern Province Rugby Stadium 23/08/2009 This Post Has 8 Comments Jenty 02/02/2009 What a beautiful place! Janet 03/02/2009 Great minds and all that! As I was reading and looking at the photographs I had “wedding” in my mind and was planning my comment. You took the words right out of my mouth!Stunning setting – I love it. Anonymous 03/02/2009 Me too!! My thought – “Jeanette would love this!!” Beautiful photos – looking through the doorways is my best! I love ruins – took hundreds of photos of ruins of castles in England – had never seen castles before (my first trip) and found them fascinating – imagining the lives of the people etc .. Pleased that they will preserve what’s left of this once-beautiful church – albeit in a glass dome! – Avril Ann 03/02/2009 Fantastic shots number 2 is absolutely stunning, the perspective is brilliant, and the sky….sigh! we have had the most dreadful weather, low visability and snow everywhere ( I wish I could send it to you …its bloomin’ cold here)…your photographs are a really beautiful bringing a sunshine into my dreary morning :0) Marcelle 03/02/2009 The 2nd shot is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! well done – you sure have an eye to capture things…its a beautiful setting for weddings, I wonder if many photographers use it for that..You had another beautiful day in P.E I see from the color of the sky.Here its a very grey and miserable day…and 0 degrees!! Ordinarylife 03/02/2009 What beautiful photos! Jeanne 03/02/2009 I’ve seen lots of photos taken by a friend using this as a backdrop for fashion shoots – it’s just beautiful. I *love* your second shot! Hope that when they hermetically seal it in a glass dome, the public will still have access to it?? Diana Studer 09/02/2016 such a beautiful photo, and so full of sadness and history Comments are closed.