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This chapel's natural light came from the stained glass windows. It was undergoing some renovation but I guess that must be a caretaker who comes in regularly…

After a walk around the Fitzwilliam Museum today my plan had been to do some street photography. Sadly, the morning sun had hidden behind the clouds and…

Capel Mair ar y Bryn (The chapel of St Mary on the hill) has been known by many other names over the years such as the Cryke Chaple, Hen Egwlys and just plain…

On my way home from Cambridge this afternoon I made a small detour to visit Duxford Chapel. This enchanting 14th century building originally formed part of a…

We visited the city of Mechelen today . One of the highlights there is the St Rombouts Cathedral. This cathedral is old big and full of treasure. This chapel…

Travel photography is mostly a chance encounter where we have to usually make the best of the available conditions. It's possible to plan our visits to a…

I found out about a chapel in Portugal that is made entirely of human bones. Actually there is more than one of these chapels. The one I found out about first…

How could they make the Monte Carlo Rally run here ? Tilleul et chapelle, comment osent ils faire passer le Monte Carlo juste ici ?
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