The sacred and the ordinary
Sure, there was a lot to look at in this old church – columns that dated from the 11th century, a very interesting World War I memorial, stained glass, and so on. But of course it was the dish towel, drying on a radiator under a stained glass window, that captured my attention.
Photographers were asked to donate £2 and wear a sticker that identified us. Of course, I made the donation. And I kept the sticker, too. In case I ever need Official Photographer cred.
St. Edward’s Church
Also – the funeral of The Who’s bassist, John Entwhistle, was held in this church in 2002. So, there’s that.
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