Beautiful and unusual!
It looks as though the sandstone facings have had a good cleanup.
I can't agree more, that's exquisit and so well captured.
Emm, nice one,I quite like the angle this is taken from.
Woah! Massively Gorgeous!!! Beautiful shot..mega-beautiful!!Kiki~
Love, love love!
Perfect! Love it!And thank you so much, Emm for your extremely interesting comments on my blog.I really appreciate them!Hope you're having a great day!Big hugsB xx
Looks awfully like the Southwark cathedral ... nice shot..
I really love the decorative technique that is expressed on this wall of the cathedral--little shells (I guess?) in black rock. We saw similar touches on some other really old churches in other parts of London. Great picture!
So elegant on the outside, I bet it's beautiful inside!
Hi Emm! another wonderful building - such exquisite architectural detail!!!!Gena DThinking Aloud
I love the building contrasted with the new spring green leaves. Something permanent meets something that's ever-changing.
Hi Emm! Westminster?Blogtrotter Two has a sunset cruise for you! Enjoy the cocktails and the views and have a great weekend!!
Love, love, love this church. How beautiful!
absolutely stunning ♥ x
Thanks for all of your comments! This, of course, is the other side of the gorgeous Southwark Cathedral.@ JaPRA: It is beautiful! Thankfully not too unusual in the Kent area as I will hopefully show you sometime soon.@ John: It is looking very clean!@ Fullet: Thank you!@ Mike: It is a difficult building to capture, I must say! It is surrounded by buildings and I struggled to get that angle!@ Kiki: Thank you!!@ Xoán-Wahn: Thanks, thanks, thanks!@ Betty: It is a pleasure and thank you!@ Ash: How right you are! Well done.@ Kathy: Hmmm, do you know that I don't know if it was shell! I shall have to go stick my nose right up to the service and try tell.@ AVCr8teur: I believe it is indeed lovely inside and must make an effort to go see.@ Gena: I know! I am definitely living in the right country giving my love of old buildings.@ Miss Diarist: Thank you! Yes, I like the contrast too.@ Trotter: Hiya! No, nowhere near Westminster! It is Southwark Cathedral.@ Lauren: Me too!@ Laura: Thank you sweets!
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