London, England, taken on January 7, 2017
The most recent trip to London included a stop at the St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, where I went specifically to see the East Window above the altar. The warped window design is reminiscent of a cross and while somewhat abstract, is strangely very aesthetically appealing.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on July 5, 2015
Someone left their subway ticket on the counter in the prayer meeting room. At least it was valid in June, which was completely expired at this point.
Reykjavik, Iceland, taken on August 23, 2015
Hallgrímskirkja – an iconic landmark in Reykjavik and one of the coolest-looking structures I’ve seen. I thought it looked like a spaceship or a Gaussian distribution, whereas others have described it as a phallic symbol. What do you think? (See the original photo in colour.)
Edinburgh, Scotland, taken on April 18, 2015
“Chanter pour oublier ses peines”…(“sing to forget one’s troubles.) Music indeed has a mystic healing power that enables the revival of the heart and soul. Stumbling upon a rehearsing choir at a cathedral in Edinburgh, the sound of the a cappella voices was so pure, so crystalline that it made me feel renewed within five minutes.
Bratislava, Slovakia, taken on January 15, 2014
The Church of St. Elizabeth is known as the Blue Church for more-than-obvious reasons. The true colour of the exterior is closer to a pastel or baby blue, but somehow this photo made the shade of blue look a lot more intense. Maybe the complement of the blue sky gave it some sort of effect, adding a new layer of blue to this already blue city.