A pulpit is a raised stand from which the sermon is delivered in a Christian church. The traditional pulpit is raised well above the surrounding floor for audibility and visibility, is accessed by steps and can vary markedly in architecture and construction material. I want to see your best photographs of pulpits be they simple or ornate and constructed of wood, stone, cast iron or any other combination of building material. Entries may be in colour or black and white but I would ask that the pulpit is the focal point and raison d'être of the image. Photographs which happen to contain a pulpit somewhere in the distance will not be considered in my judging process.
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