Yesterday was Corpus Christi, a joyous celebration of the institution of the Eucharist – a service I’ve only previously heard of. And so, in a spirit of investigation, I went to St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow. There were lights all around the rood screen and candles; the Blessed Sacrament was processed around the aisles in glory; there […]
A small set of photos made in Kinnoull Graveyard, Perth. A friend from the photo-society had posted a handful of photos of this graveyard on facebook a few days previously, so I had a few ideas for scenes to shoot when we went there last November. In particular, the obvious manipulated moody photo is an […]
A morning spent taking photos, tramping the streets of Carlisle
…what an organist plays with one toe.
I still remember the place for being very unwelcoming last September – however at least the building has a rather photogenic profile from the outside.
One of those small vignette-style scenes that occasionally goes through my mind has resurfaced of late. A few years ago I was sitting in church when the preacher related a story. Apparently he’d recently met his friend, who’d said that, while he wasn’t a Christian, sometimes when he was out walking his dog, he felt […]
The building’s diminutive size lends a certain quaint charm to the idea of people coming here to worship…
For the record, since they don’t have a website of their own and are pretty hard to find on the official Church of Scotland site: services are at 12 midday on Sundays. Update 2013-07-02: I noticed, in passing, that from this month onwards apparently service times have changed to 10am on Sundays.