St.Mary Redcliffe, Bristol
Marvellous photograph, Ashwathy. One of the best in the series. Very Vermeer-esque lighting. Would you get married here as well ?
Really nice to see this photo. That window must be gorgeous up close.
That is one gorgeous stained glass window! The framing around it is beautiful too. A fine shot.
ah! now that explains why everything about this Church is so poetic!There couldn't ve been a better place for a poet to marry!! Love the lighting too... superb pic!
I love to visit old churches like this replete with history and so pleasing to the all the senses too.
Beautiful image. Coleridge is one of my favorite poets especially with his RIme of the Ancient Mariner.
It's getting very romantic! Nice, nice! ... and extremely beautiful! The early church builders knew their job!
I feel lucky to see this since I have not visited the places. Church and romance, I start to beleive there is connection between the two
An awesome church!
The glass art seem fantastic! and good info.
Who wouldn 't want to marry in a church like this. Stunning!
Thanks for the comments everyone! Paul - I'd love to :-) Abe and Don - Yes. Thank you! Freddy - Totally agree with youPhotoCache - Me too. Gennaro - Thank you. My fave Coleridge poem is "What if" Peter - Thanks and yes, they sure knew their job! Maddy - Wow, you're deriving some theories now :-) Luke and Jeevan - Indeed! Thank you. Amrita - Well-said! Thank you so much.
Hi Ash!This one is gorgeous! And the one with the flowers is also excellent...Blogtrotter has Akbar’s capital city for you. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Oh my, this is outstanding! Incredible display to say the least! Your Bristol series is wonderful...
Love the details, beautiful shot.
Amazing stain glass paintings!
a beautiful church with delicate shadows and timeless architecture!
Wwonderful stained glass window, architecture and the light.....just fantastic photo!
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