Whitcombe Church is a tiny place now in the trust of the Churches Conservation Trust. It stands south east of the county town, Dorchester.
This is the church where the Dorset dialect poet and priest, William Barnes, preached his first and last sermons in a long life. It is also famed for its medieval wall paintings, once covered over but now visible in their faded glory.
This photograph was taken sometime in the 1980s on 35mm slide film. It was recently rephotographed projected onto a textured surface to create the effect here.