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Dito, Noon: San Agustin Church

23 January 2012

I took the historical image I found here, taken in the 1900s and a photograph I took in August 2011 to create this composite of San Agustin Church’s entrance. The baroque door has long been one of the focal points of the church’s architecture.  The door has stood in its place for centuries, a quiet witness to how the world around it has changed.

Find more “history fades” here.

Research Notes

– “DSC_0274“.  Approx 1900.  Unknown owner.  Flickr photostream of Beyond Forgetting.  Date accessed: 26 Aug 2011.
– M. Veluz.   “San Agustin Church Door”.  2011.  Personal collection.

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