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Chris Langley | Lincoln Cathedral Transept, looking east

Lincoln Cathedral Transept, looking east

A magnificent building from any perspective, but for me the point of intersection of the nave, the choir and the north and south arms of the cathedral, the four corners of which support the massive central tower above the remarkably beautiful ceiling are the most worthy of note . A stone kaleidoscope.
Chris Langley | Houseboat Marina Mailboxes

Houseboat Marina Mailboxes

Photographed on the access to a houseboat marina at Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, these mailboxes have been artfully and whimsically decorated.
Chris Langley | Spirits in the forest

Spirits in the forest

Totems are the iconic features of the old west coast of Canada native settlements. They are often free-standing and were also often used as structural centre poles for the long houses found along the coast and rivers. The poles tell the story of the clans represented in the family units, each clan named for one of the animals of the forest and ocean which are the mainstay of native life, the blending of clans represented in the poles
Chris Langley | Selling Sea Shells by the Sea Shore

Selling Sea Shells by the Sea Shore

Artisan working at Lulworth Cove, Dorset. As per the request contained in the photograph, respectful permission was requested and permission was granted, and thanks were offered in both directions!
Chris Langley | Whale in Canadian west coast native design language

Whale in Canadian west coast native design language

Hammered silver plattern bears the carved form of a whale crafted in the stylistic language of the Canadian west coast. Lit different ways, this reflects many colours. #1