Category Archives: religious architecture

One Word Sunday : Cross

Well, Cross could be an emotion, a direction of travel, a shape, to intersect… so what shall I illustrate? Here is the X Cross at Oxford Circus in London: Here is  the reproduction of the Pinnacle Cross made for the

One Word Sunday : Cross

Well, Cross could be an emotion, a direction of travel, a shape, to intersect… so what shall I illustrate? Here is the X Cross at Oxford Circus in London: Here is  the reproduction of the Pinnacle Cross made for the

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #51: Unique

I am getting this in within a whisker of this week’s theme being announced….I wanted to try and complete each weeks’ theme! So, what’s unique in my world? I decided to go for the blitz relic that is St Dunstan

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #51: Unique

I am getting this in within a whisker of this week’s theme being announced….I wanted to try and complete each weeks’ theme! So, what’s unique in my world? I decided to go for the blitz relic that is St Dunstan

An oblique view

I had clambered onto a bench, most inelegantly, and helped by my friend, in order to capture the view posted for his week’s ‘Wordless Wednesday’…..except that I didn’t. I just couldn’t line up for that image which I eventually managed

An oblique view

I had clambered onto a bench, most inelegantly, and helped by my friend, in order to capture the view posted for his week’s ‘Wordless Wednesday’…..except that I didn’t. I just couldn’t line up for that image which I eventually managed

Getting the Shot

Three images from the other day, as I was people-watching: The things we get up to for our photography!

Getting the Shot

Three images from the other day, as I was people-watching: The things we get up to for our photography!

One / 210

Well, this is, effectively One / 209 from St Dunstan revisited, or rather taken from a different POV. I prefer the window at the back in this version, and the archway, but I had to walk down some steps to

One / 210

Well, this is, effectively One / 209 from St Dunstan revisited, or rather taken from a different POV. I prefer the window at the back in this version, and the archway, but I had to walk down some steps to