British Adventures Photography

St. Asaph’s Cathedral

Hello blog readers!  As I mentioned in my blog post about our visit to Denbigh Castle, after the castle we headed out to the UK’s latest city: St. Asaph’s.   With a population of under 4,000 the city status was granted by the Queen as part of the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee.  (Interesting fact about the UK:  A town cannot become a city without the status being granted by the Queen.  Hmmm….Did not know that.)

 

Here are a few of my favorite pictures from our visit….

The main part of the church. I love the wooden beams in the church.  Fantastic.

The main part of the church. I love the wooden beams in the church. Fantastic.

The memorial to those lost in World War I.

The memorial to those lost in World War I.

I love that I was able to see some stained glass with the Christmas tree.  So pretty!

I love that I was able to see some stained glass with the Christmas tree. So pretty!

When we were walking through the cathedral the organist was practicing.  So wonderful!

When we were walking through the cathedral the organist was practicing. So wonderful!

Another piece of stain glass.  I am a sucker for stunning stain glass.

Another piece of stain glass. I am a sucker for stunning stain glass.

Exterior of St. Asaph's Cathedral

Exterior of St. Asaph’s Cathedral

It was fun exploring another British church while trying to figure out all the settings on my camera.  Bit by bit, I will figure it out.  Best way to learn is through plenty of practice.

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