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Thinking of my sisters

Yesterday, just before sunset, several of us stopped in one of the mountain villages to visit the small medieval church of Agios Mamas.

As with the other medieval mountain churches here, its exterior is unassuming—red clay roof tiles, dark timbers, and local stones. 230 more words


Buckingham County Churches: Brown’s Chapel

Brown’s Chapel.  Photo by Joanne Yeck.

In 1937, Rosa G. Williams surveyed Brown’s Chapel, built about 1880, for the Virginia Historical Inventory. She wrote:

This is a very plain structure, built through the efforts of this community, after the “Old Buckingham Female Institute” ceased to be. 207 more words

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Extremely Close Up

Perspiration oozing out of a fingertip – and other amazing things only recently made visible…


Images of Irish Non-Subscribing Churches: 25. Larne

Old Presbyterian Church of Larne and Kilwaughter


The Old Presbyterian Church of Larne and Kilwaughter stands at the ‘head of the town’ in Larne. Founded in 1625 the present building dates from 1828. 15 more words

Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church Of Ireland

Eastman Double-X 5222 in the Olympus Stylus

I have a terrible habit of buying four or five rolls of a film I’d like to try, shooting one roll, and then buying four or five rolls of another film I’d like to try. 431 more words


St Mary's Church, Chidham, West Sussex

A few weeks ago in August 2017, we visited a few churches in Hampshire and West Sussex.  They were all, what I call country churches, lovely and small, sometimes very plain, but all different and all were  open……which pleased me no end.   238 more words


Day eighteen on the Camino Santiago: Burgos

What do you do on a rest day?

1) Sleep-in of course, except I woke at 6am as usual. So I caught up with the latest news about the election back in New Zealand. 332 more words

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