The light(n)ing that struck you

Challenge #3 in the Interiors series. Hosted by Geebee014.
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This time we'll be focusing on a type of interior lighting that "struck"you. By its design, its effect, its grandeur.... This could be anywhere, at home (ie. as simple as candle light) or in a public place (see my example). As long as it's inside. Good luck!
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A ray of Hope.
by Darek_C
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A wooden XVII-century Greek-Catholic Church in the far South-East part of Poland. Unimaginable deafening silence and calmness inside, with only a wind rustling through the gaping holes, like it was trying to tell about the stormy history she'd witnessed in the past.
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Submitted: Thursday, 27th October, 2011 18:50 (GMT)
Taken: Friday, 30th April, 2010
Focal length: 7.19 mm
Shutter speed: 4/5 sec
Aperture: F3.5
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Notes: Shot: tripod and wide-angle TC. PP: vertical 16:9 crop, contrast increase.
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