Tag Archives: Canterbury Cathedral
The pillars in Canterbury Cathedral are very sturdy. PhotoHunt
Doors on Canterbury Cathedral gate. See more wooden things at this week’s PhotoHunt page.
This tree used to stand in the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, but it’s now been cut down. (I realise the irony of this re: my previous post about it, but such is life). It is missing and missed. I used … Continue reading
I’ve managed to have a bit more of a productive day today. I have been out of the house! I went to Canterbury for a dentist’s appointment. I don’t really like going to the dentists. I wonder if anyone does. … Continue reading
I might have overdone the frames for this week’s theme! The photo is the middle is a door at Canterbury Cathedral. The ones round the outside, starting at the top left and going clockwise are: the Heilandskirche in Sarcow (sorry … Continue reading
I realised after I wrote my post about the cathedral that I didn’t mention God at all. I don’t really know why. I think big, grand things can hide God as much as they (or at least the people who … Continue reading