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Westminster Abbey 4h
In our Chapter House is this window depicting St Martin of Tours, who cut off half his cloak and gave it to a beggar. The window is in memory of American writer James Russell Lowell, who supported the anti-slavery movement.
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Louise Amende 2h
Doves on the stunning painted panels (glass-mosaic and marble), commemorating by in the baptistery of Hale St Peter.
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churchesofnorfolk the Old Boi from Norfolk 2h
"I believe I can fly, I believe I can reach the sky" Think about you every night and day, spread my wings and fly away" "I believe I can soar, see me running through an open doooooor" ............
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churchesofnorfolk the Old Boi from Norfolk 3h
Cringleford Church Norfolk, by the Old Boi.
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Simon K 2h
Blessed virgin with a cow and a donkey by Alexander Gibbs, 1864 at Lyminge, Kent
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pacoulmag Jun 19
A few musical notes, a sunrise, an owl, summertime? York St Peter Cathedral
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DomJohn 2h
Liege, St Barthelmy, Mosan Romanesque bronze font, probably early 12thC, possibly by Renier de Huy. Lots of cows. Photo by Jean-Pol Grandmont.
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IFAW_Camino_2019 5h
Enjoy this mysterious Christ-on-a-Donkey for , . Behind a grille in Santander's Iglesia de San Francisco, the statue was used in Palm Sunday ceremonies, enacting the entrance to Jerusalem. (I've added a better photo of a German equivalent.)
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churchesofnorfolk the Old Boi from Norfolk 3h
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St Eds Cathedral 4h
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Dreaming in Stitches 5h
Hello - my contribution for ... another scene from the font at Hook Norton...x
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Simon K 2h
The Good Samaritan's patient donkey by Margaret Edith Rope at Chesterfield, Derbyshire, becomes a horse in this C17 continental roundel at Wisbech St Mary, Cambs, and also for William Warrington in 1861 at Sutton, Suffolk
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James D'Emilio 4h
He'll be no more. Big paws beat tiny hoofs on Giovanni Pisano's pulpit in Sant'Andrea, Pistoia.
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churchesofnorfolk the Old Boi from Norfolk 2h
"Oooooh deer."" Whats you looking at?" "No eye deer!"
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Tony Gillie 9h
For the theme of , the original head of churchyard cross showing the risen Lord as Lamb of God on Mount Golgotha. Thought to be C13. Church of St Mary the Virgin, Iffley, Oxford.
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Isabel Mathias 5h
Tiny pegasus from St Mary's Magdalene church Hadnall
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Westminster Abbey 4h
The coat of arms of Lord Fraser of Lonsdale, which features several hooved beasts, can be seen on top of his memorial plaque. Fraser was blinded on the Somme and later worked with charities which help sight-impaired people.
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Tony Gillie 9h
Not around for today, so thought I'd post a few early contributions. "Noah went into the Ark and he sent forth a dove". Now I know they're not obvious, but there must have been loads of hooves in there! Chapter House Salisbury Cathedral. (1/3)
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Westminster Abbey 5h
Henry V, the warrior King, is remembered for his famous victory at Agincourt. In his Chantry Chapel here at Westminster Abbey he is depicted on his charger (horse), heading into battle.
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Isabelle Prim 🇪🇺 3h
Fancy some hooves from Béarn ? Cathedral of Oloron-Sainte-Marie
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