The largest cabinet containing the names of the dead from the First World War is the heart of the Memorial Chamber. The book within (one of two holding those names from that war) has a page turned once a day, right at eleven in the morning, a ritual undertaken by Parliamentary security officers every day.
I like the angels at each corner of the cover.
On a nearby wall, this panel is etched with the toll of the dead and places they served.
While this panel of marble carries an appropriate and solemn psalm.
Leaving the Memorial Chamber, these two stained glass windows caught my eyes.
Of course, I have always had an appreciation for stained glass.
I'm wrapping up our look at Parliament Hill in a couple of days, since tomorrow is City Daily Photo Theme Day, with triangles as the theme.