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To Lille for the weekend of the 'Braderie',
but couldn't resist this picture down a
back-street away from the crowds: it's like
your house has been painted with a fire
hose. We must've passed it three times
looking for the Cathedral Notre-Dame de la
Treille. On the last troop past, the sun
came out and made even the shadows red.
When we finally found the Cathedral,
beginning to suspect it was a typo on the
map, we found it was one of the loveliest
churches we'd ever been in. It has modern
art and modern sculpture of a high order in
it, and the entire front wall of the church is
made out of a yellowy-gold alabaster,
bathing the whole of the front of the nave
with a beautiful soft glow. My own pictures
of this church may follow onto this site one day, but basically they are so reliant upon
the work of others that my own contribution to the end product is minimal. I know
that can probably be said of a lot of my pictures here, but show me a photographer of
whom that can't be said...
To Lille for the weekend of the 'Braderie', but couldn't resist this picture down a
back-street away from the crowds: it's like your house has been painted with a fire
hose. We must've passed it three times looking for the Cathedral Notre-Dame de la
Treille. On the last troop past, the sun came out and made even the shadows red.
When we finally found the Cathedral, beginning to suspect it was a typo on the map,
we found it was one of the loveliest churches we'd ever been in. It has modern art and
modern sculpture of a high order in it, and the entire front wall of the church is made
out of a yellowy-gold alabaster, bathing the whole of the front of the nave with a
beautiful soft glow. My own pictures of this church may follow onto this site one day,
but basically they are so reliant upon the work of others that my own contribution to
the end product is minimal. I know that can probably be said of a lot of my pictures
here, but show me a photographer of whom that can't be said...
To Lille for the weekend of the 'Braderie', but
couldn't resist this picture down a back-street away
from the crowds: it's like your house has been
painted with a fire hose. We must've passed it three
times looking for the Cathedral Notre-Dame de la
Treille. On the last troop past, the sun came out
and made even the shadows red.
When we finally found the Cathedral, beginning to
suspect it was a typo on the map, we found it was
one of the loveliest churches we'd ever been in. It
has modern art and modern sculpture of a high
order in it, and the entire front wall of the church is
made out of a yellowy-gold alabaster, bathing the
whole of the front of the nave with a beautiful soft
glow. My own pictures of this church may follow
onto this site one day, but basically they are so
reliant upon the work of others that my own
contribution to the end product is minimal. I know
that can probably be said of a lot of my pictures
here, but show me a photographer of whom that
can't be said...

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To Lille for the weekend of the 'Braderie', but couldn't resist this picture down a back-street away from the crowds: it's like your house has been painted with a fire hose. We must've passed it three times looking for the Cathedral Notre-Dame de la Treille. On the last troop past, the sun came out and made even the shadows red.

When we finally found the Cathedral, beginning to suspect it was a typo on the map, we found it was one of the loveliest churches we'd ever been in. It has modern art and modern sculpture of a high order in it, and the entire front wall of the church is made out of a yellowy-gold alabaster, bathing the whole of the front of the nave with a beautiful soft glow. My own pictures of this church may follow onto this site one day, but basically they are so reliant upon the work of others that my own contribution to the end product is minimal. I know that can probably be said of a lot of my pictures here, but show me a photographer of whom that can't be said...  
If ever there was reason to use a red frame, this is it!

If ever there was reason to use a red frame, this is it!

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