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Sacred Spaces and Holy Places


whipspeed e2
10 4.1k 22 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2012 2:24PM
I think it's good to visually record churches as well as other notable historic buildings at all stages of their evolution as buildings But, I really don't think that most English churches sell their windows or details. Most are listed buildings in the UK so are, by law not allowed to do this. Some disused churches are turned into domestic dwellings, which can save them from falling into disrepair and some are taken over and looked after by the trusts that keep the fabric of the buildings in repair.

Although I am a complete non believer in any form of religion, I also enjoy photographing churches for the historical and architectural value.

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22 Jan 2012 2:26PM
January 21, 2012

Hello Everyone,

I did make an error. I mean St Michel in Normandy photos.
I was wondering if anyone has any interior and exterior photos
that they would kindly share?
Also does anyone have any interesting stories of anything that
happened to them, or anyone they know who went there?

Thanks so much and best regards.
Love
Vicki Bujold
macroman 11 15.3k England
22 Jan 2012 10:04PM
Thanks for the comments Vicki.

Waiting for the spring weather, so that I can revisit the project, it's too wet and miserable to traipse round churchyards at present.

Hopefully I'll get them all done this year.

I've 43 so far and their must be at least another 2 dozen or so to go.
23 Jan 2012 1:10AM

Quote:....it's too wet and miserable to traipse round churchyards at present.


faint heart never.........WinkWinkWink
macroman 11 15.3k England
23 Jan 2012 11:46PM
Spirit willing, but the flesh is wet. Grin

There's nothing worse than a dripping wet apparition. Sad

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