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I'm not normally interested in taking pictures
of an overtly 'religious' nature, not being the
least bit religious myself, but I liked the flare
spots that my lens gave me here without my
even using a diffraction grating to produce the
effect. If I remember rightly, this was in the
Cathedral in Dinan, in Brittany. Other
'religious' pictures on this site are there more
for their historical interest, like the Wenhaston
'Doom' in the Suffolk section, than for any
other reason. If I have a 'god' at all, he or she
manifests themselves in music, or a perfectly
poached egg, or the sound of an old Norton
motorbike or the sight of a mud-encrusted
Land Rover or a piano recital heard through
an open window or the moment your plane
touches down after an unpleasant flight. Life,
basically. When my time is up, I will have done
very little to have enhanced anyone else's, with
the possible exception of a well poached egg.
I'm not normally interested in taking pictures of an overtly 'religious' nature, not being
the least bit religious myself, but I liked the flare spots that my lens gave me here
without my even using a diffraction grating to produce the effect. If I remember rightly,
this was in the Cathedral in Dinan, in Brittany. Other 'religious' pictures on this site are
there more for their historical interest, like the Wenhaston 'Doom' in the Suffolk section,
than for any other reason. If I have a 'god' at all, he or she manifests themselves in
music, or a perfectly poached egg, or the sound of an old Norton motorbike or the sight
of a mud-encrusted Land Rover or a piano recital heard through an open window or the
moment your plane touches down after an unpleasant flight. Life, basically. When my
time is up, I will have done very little to have enhanced anyone else's, with the possible
exception of a well poached egg.
I'm not normally interested in taking pictures of an
overtly 'religious' nature, not being the least bit
religious myself, but I liked the flare spots that my
lens gave me here without my even using a
diffraction grating to produce the effect. If I
remember rightly, this was in the Cathedral in
Dinan, in Brittany. Other 'religious' pictures on this
site are there more for their historical interest, like
the Wenhaston 'Doom' in the Suffolk section, than
for any other reason. If I have a 'god' at all, he or
she manifests themselves in music, or a perfectly
poached egg, or the sound of an old Norton
motorbike or the sight of a mud-encrusted Land
Rover or a piano recital heard through an open
window or the moment your plane touches down
after an unpleasant flight. Life, basically. When my
time is up, I will have done very little to have
enhanced anyone else's, with the possible exception
of a well poached egg.

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I'm not normally interested in taking pictures of an overtly 'religious' nature, not being the least bit religious myself, but I liked the flare spots that my lens gave me here without my even using a diffraction grating to produce the effect.  If I remember rightly, this was in the Cathedral in Dinan, in Brittany. Other 'religious' pictures on this site are there more for their historical interest, like the Wenhaston 'Doom' in the Suffolk section, than for any other reason. If I have a 'god' at all, he or she manifests themselves in music, or a perfectly poached egg, or the sound of an old Norton motorbike or the sight of a mud-encrusted Land Rover or a piano recital heard through an open window or the moment your plane touches down after an unpleasant flight.  Life, basically. When my time is up, I will have done very little to have enhanced anyone else's, with the possible exception of a well poached egg. 
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