Well worth the time to explore.
It was a very nice church David, windows by Frampton 🙂
A nice church. Is it a Catholic church or a C of E one? Churches in England are far more ornate than the Protestant ones in Scotland.
Hiya Jane, it,s an Anglican Church… wish it was on our doorstep 🙂
The Crucifix threw me a bit. They are only found in Catholic churches and not in the Church of Scotland ones.
Your photos are lovely. Where is this?
It is in a little village called Hawarden Wales, they call it Gladstones church..not far from Chester. I,ve past it for years and never been in until this week… glad I did 🙂
so am I! 🙂
I’ve taken lots of shots outside this Church but never been inside – thanks to your shots I’ll be sure to pop in next weekend, lovely images!
Thank you:-) I popped in on the Wednesday and the lights of the church were not on.. it was lit only by the stain glass windows. Dark and eerie, when I walked down towards the alter you see the angel on your left life size it really is an awesome sight. We went back on Saturday with our other camera to photo… but the lights were on. :-). Hope you like it inside as much as we did..
cant wait to see your photo’s too 🙂
I am so pleased and gratified that you pause often to photograph Church interiors. This one is particularly atmospheric, giving one a place for pensive reflection and contemplation.
you are so right, the old churches certainly empty your mind, 🙂
still generating good work – how did the name change affect your following? I myself have added a new gallery based blog http://lssimagebank.wordpress.com/ aiming to make accessing my archive easier, take care
Hiya Scott, your new pages are taking shape nicely … excellent photo’s 🙂
Fantastic photos, as usual. There’s a quality, kind of a timeless feeling, in churches like this one.
Thank you 🙂 we bumped into a historian in this one luckily had a nice chat and gathered great snippets of knowledge. If I get the chance I,ll post them up 🙂
Love the tomb – you mentioned Frampton – is it Frampton the sculptor?
Hiya Diana, and artist I think 😦 he did the design for 5 windows.. I think. The chap we bumped into gave a few snippets that i tried to remember. he was about to give a guided tour to a group that was just arriving. he kindly asked us to tag on but didn’t really have enough time:-(
Ooo love the first shot of that angel – holding it/us all together. Wonderful angle. Nice!
you sure get around! Nice work. 😉
What a lovely little church! I’m guessing it’s at least several hundred years old.
I love churches – they have such rich atmosphere inside.
Judging by the number of comments and likes…I hope that St. Deiniols has a large car park for all the extra visitors you have encouraged!
Beautiful photos! Lovely church!
God Bless You!
I love historic churches.
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