Girafferacing's Architecture Posts

When we visited Ely Cathedral today we were surprised to find a new addition in the nave. This seven metre globe is called Gaia and is an installation by the…

With a few days off before we head down to Goodwood for the Festival of Speed, we decided to do some day trips this week, starting off at Ightham Mote in Kent.…

I used a much needed day off to go exploring today, heading up to the River Orwell in Suffolk. I followed my nose along the river, following it from the Orwell…

When I visited St. John’s Church, Duxford earlier this month I also took along my pinhole camera for some slower exposures. This time I went armed with some…

When I visited St. John’s Church in Duxford, back in March, I knew I’d be returning to have another go at photographing its beautiful architecture. This morning…

The latest easing of the Covid-19 restrictions brought us the opportunity to visit family in Sussex so we took the chance to drop in to the Weald and Downland…

The weather may have been unseasonably blustery and rainy today, but that wasn’t going to stop me heading out for some quality photography time on my day off. I…

My final destination today was St Mary’s Church in West Bergholt, a redundant 14th century building which is looked after by the Churches Conservation Trust…

After my success in Great Sampford yesterday I went on another ‘church crawl’ this morning, taking in no fewer than four Hertfordshire churches, all within…

At long last we’re allowed to venture out with friends so five of us met in Cambridge this afternoon for a stroll with our cameras. I rarely take my best photos…

Our daily stroll took us to Hatfield Heath this morning and we were amazed to find the church open, albeit in relative darkness. I took a few photos, especially…

Much as I love our village, it’s been a huge relief to finally see an easing of the Covid restrictions this week, meaning I can go and explore beyond the…

I felt the need for some slow photography this afternoon, but sadly the heavy rain outside wasn’t exactly conducive to shooting with a wooden camera. Instead I…

I had to visit Ware today so naturally I used this as an excuse to take my daily lockdown walk somewhere other than our village. Walking back to the car, I…

It’s funny how the simplest things become exciting when you’re in a lockdown. I’m used to travelling a lot with my work, but these days even a jaunt to a…

On my way to the farm shop this morning I stopped in Henham and spent a little time in St. Mary’s Church. Unlike so many churches in Essex, the ones in Elsenham…

A couple of months ago I bought a secondhand copy of Simon Jenkins’ book, England’s Thousand Best Churches. It’s a weighty tome, best explored in bursts and…

Winter returned today, hot on the heels of yesterday’s welcome sunshine. As we drove over to Finchingfield for a walk the thick fog showed no sign of lifting,…
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