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Ancient Symmetry

Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry


The ancient symmetry of beautiful York Minster




 I’m always in awe when surveying the construction and workmanship of these ancient sacred spaces. 52 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge - Scale (4)

Here is another contribution towards this weeks photo challenge, again from my recent visit to Selby Abbey. It was my first time in this building which was free to enter and very welcoming, as of course you would expect a church to be. 302 more words

The Daily Post

Grays Court, York

When it comes to interiors, I have a totally split personality. I am inspired by two extremes you see: pared down brighter than white Scandi or moody candle-lit Georgian opulence (my house is a mash up of both igniting confusion in everyone who comes to visit).  202 more words


Emily Windsor-Cragg: My Claim to the UK Crown & Throne

It has taken me a very long time to set up Emily Windsor-Cragg’s statement here on my blog, but as I worked my way through it, I came to realize it offers us much information that we may have been missing regarding our true history. 6,738 more words


One brief moment: Bishops Lane and North and Christian unity

At the ecumenical divinity school I attended, we celebrated the Eucharist (Mass, Lord’s Supper, Communion) every Friday. What I always remember about those services was the giant pile of backpacks that would pile up outside the door of the chapel. 560 more words

Church Of England

York Minster

Fidge took me for a wee early birthday treat to York Minster. We had a quick tour before we sat for Evening Prayer, there was no Even Song as the Minster choir were recording their latest CD :0) 161 more words

North Yorkshire