It's been a while since I published a photo of a local Church. This is St. Stephens Dutch Reformed Church in central Cape Town (the Christaan Barnard Memorial Hospital in the background on the left). The Church was originally built as a theatre in 1800, and converted to a Church in 1843 -- apparently being named St. Stephens because founder members were pelted with stones (it was established for emancipated slaves). OBSERVATION: This photo is in 3D. Lazily squint your eyes until the images overlap and snap together. You may click on the photo(s) for 450k resolution and enhanced 3D.
Saturday, May 14, 2011