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A Day in the Light of Hexham Abbey on Vimeo - Film Premiere

Font at Luppitt, Devon

Kilpeck Church, Herefordshire, 1140 AD. "This extraordinary “font” is in fact a holy water stoup that would have been located outside the church. It is much older than the church and came from a chapel in the nearby Forest of Treville. It is much older than the church, possibly even pre-Saxon, a truly thrilling thought. The hands clutch a pregnant belly." Simon Jenkins

Kilpeck Church, Herefordshire, 1140 AD. "The dog represents faithfulness and the hare represents 'men who fear God'." Simon Jenkins

St Peter's Church, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, is an Anglo-Saxon Church built in 900AD, with graves from that time, uncredited.

Anne Bronte's grave, St Mary's churchyard, Scarborough

Whitby Abbey. Just before the deluge...

St Nicholas Priory, Exeter (Britannia Monasteries)

Britannia Monasteries: St. Nicholas Priory, Exeter

Contented look at York Minster

This morning’s photo serotonin moment: Light burst south transept York Minster

Fresco detail, St Francesco Abbey, Simone Martini, 1312-17 via @mastroste

Copper relief screen by Henry Wilson at Holy Trinity Sloane Square by Andy Marshall @fotofacade

Twin porch gates at Deene. Delightful in their repose awaiting to be used by Andy Marshall, @fotofacade

Divine light at Deene by Andy Marshall (@fotofacade)

Saxon dragon's head at Deerhurst

Saxon Font at Deerhurst

Beautiful graffiti, church of St Cross & Almshouse of Noble Poverty

Winchester Cathedral, north transept from the outside

Winchester Cathedral, north transept

The Clock at Saint John's Lancaster by Andy Marshall. During my commission to photograph the church, I couldn't resist capturing the movement of the clock in the tower during the half hour chime.

Carving at Beverley Minster