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Friday, November 06, 2009


Margaret Lambert

That intense blue so often shows up in sacred places... or to ward off evil in ordinary places. I think it is a very special color to many cultures.
More, please! (She says with a touch of impatience!)
Really there is no great rush, but I do adore your photos.


Looking forward to seeing more, Roz. I'm intrigued by the pattern behind the old cross. I can't make out what it is at all.

Margaret Lambert

Annie, The pattern behind the cross is the system of beams and braces supporting the roof.


I will be back to see more, thanks.


I've just discovered your blog doing an Internet search with the tag "perfect English cottage". It reminds me of my summer holiday spent in Somerset.
Anyway, your comments are very interesting; well done !
I'll read you again.


Striking colors, I don't know why (since I know little of rood screens) but I always think of the screens a plain wood or maybe gilded wood.


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