Headed out to Grimwade campsite on the Bibbulmun Track yesterday with a friend from camera club and we happened to pass by this old church in Thomson Brook. This was my first trip out to this area but will definitely not be my last. Lovely rolling green hills plus much much more.
Here’s a little bit of history about the church. The St. Thomas Anglican Church was architecturally designed (by Eustace Cohen) for the Thomson Family in 1908 and cost 475 pounds to build on their property. The bricks were made on site. The ceiling, floor and most of the furniture, designed by Cohen, was all made of local jarrah. This church is one of a small number of churches in Western Australia that were privately constructed and has been almost continuously used by the Anglican community and in more recent times is also used for wedding and other special occasions.
All images taken with either 100mm or 50mm prime lens and processed in Lightroom with a Vintage Preset