I finally returned to Boxgrove Priory
this afternoon, this time armed with my camera and tripod. I visited this beautiful church about a month ago
and was frustrated in my aspirations to take photos of the architecture by the low light levels there. When I arrived this afternoon I had the building to myself and set about capturing both the medieval architecture of the nave and the modern labyrinth which is set into the recently renewed stone floor. Conditions were perfect today as the light coming in from outside was very soft (for once I was pleased to see grey, overcast weather!) and this illuminated things beautifully without creating too much contrast around the windows. There are lots of interesting details in the architecture of the Priory so I can see I’ll be returning once again when I have more time, particularly to capture the many faces which watch over the building.