Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Inside St. Barnabas

Within the link in yesterday's post were pictures from the Anglican Church of  St. Barnabas. I had additional shots in my archives of  the interior. 






37 comments:

  1. I guess that the crosses with a round relief in the last shot are the stations of the cross...

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  2. Thanks for the detail shots. A very nice interior!

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  3. Well, the St. George's cross on the column pretty much tells me what kind of church I'm in. :-)

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  4. @VP: yes, and I should have photographed some of those stations. They were quite unusual.

    @Halcyon: I think so.

    @Revrunner: very Anglican!

    @Hilary: thanks!

    @Kate: I thought so myself.

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  5. Always liked that name Barnabas. Why? No idea.

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  6. Beautiful, especially the column.

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  7. The carving on the column is lovely.

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  8. I love the details you've featured.

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  9. Looks like a place that would inspire worship. Lovely.

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  10. @Luis: I do like this church.

    @Birdman: it's an unusual name.

    @Lois: the column details drew my eye when I was inside.

    @Tex: so did I.

    @EG: whoever did it did good work.

    @Sharon: thank you.

    @Eve: I thought so!

    @Linda: I quite agree.

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  11. Beautiful, this Church has a good light inside.

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  12. beautiful, love the column and the red cross

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  13. Lovely detail work on that column, William!

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  14. I haven't been much of a church goer for the last couple of decades but, sometimes, when I see the beauty of some of these buildings, I feel a sense of awe for the architects and stone masons.

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  15. The detail on the column is very eye-catching. I'm glad you posted the close-up.

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  16. Lovely details in the third photo.

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  17. I really like the inside of this church. The workmanship on the columns is impressive.

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  18. @Karl: it certainly does.

    @Jose: thanks!

    @Tanya: I've always thought the cross of St. George was a good example.

    @RedPat: I thought so.

    @Jackie: thanks.

    @Hamilton: the older churches particularly have a great sense of style.

    @Kay: I'm glad I kept it.

    @Norma: I certainly agree.

    @Marleen: thank you!

    @Cheryl: they suit the church.

    @Denise: it certainly is.

    @Shelly: so do I.

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  19. This was the event that just keeps on giving!

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  20. Beautiful inside and sacred looking. MB

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  21. Nice details and beautiful windows. I like it.

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  22. It is beautiful. Love the details on the column.
    Nice photos William!

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  23. Gorgeous windows and the columns are very detailed, very nice.

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