Since I am in the midst of this series, check out a post at my writer's blog that covers our recent Dragon Boat Festival.
I have more today from allsaints, the former church that has found a new life in the Sandy Hill area. Here are more sanctuary views that were taken during Doors Open.
I went downstairs into the basement, which is presently a large, open space, but can be used for various events. A side chapel also caught my eye, as well as the photographer who was at the entrance to the room.
Following the path to the former church hall, I stopped at another entrance to get a look out into the yard, which was quiet.
A cafe has been set up in one of the rooms of the former church hall.
Coming into the main hall, there was an activity going on, as well as access to the second floor. An artist, Myka Burke, has her studio up here, and had several of her works hanging up. We chatted, and she's very busy not just with her own art, but workshops with other artists, a new app, and a concept for next March called Nuit Verte. It's the same idea as Nuit Blanche, but with a focus on the environment.
I finish with this view from the balcony down onto the floor of the church hall. It was a dance class going on, with the two tango instructors at the front of the hall. Those shots, however, I'm leaving for a future theme day. Tomorrow we move to the last location for my Doors Open series.