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  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 11 Jun 2017, 00:55
Gorgeous...I like it rather more than the common cross behind, Chris...looks like an early inventor was working on something from a a dream, but is still struggling to do the last bit which will turn it into a useful wheel and make him famous!
Chris: There's a whole lotta contrast between these two symbols Ray
I like the gold lichens all over it!
Chris: The product of clean air out in the countryside Ellie
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 11 Jun 2017, 06:40
Very celtic - I love the precious ornaments! Where did you find this cross?
Chris: I cannot remember the name of this place Philine but it was taken when Lady K & I were exploring the Tarrant Valley in Dorset earlier this year
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 11 Jun 2017, 06:49
Its position with the window behind and the impression of a face created by the holes makes me think of an owl, with the windows providing the ears. I must get out more...
Chris: Yes you really do need to assemble the semblance of a life for yourself..
I thought for a moment we were going to get a football related snap
Chris: Hardly..
  • Anne
  • France
  • 11 Jun 2017, 10:12
Très beaux motifs.
Chris: Beautiful aren't they
reminds me of a button, Chris. to my uneducated eyes, this Celtic symbol and its connotations are fascinating.
Chris: Thank you kindly Ayush
It sure is. Wouldn't it make a lovely charcoal rubbing!
Chris: Yes I think it would Mary
For an Irishman?
Chris: That is possible Tom but the world is full of people thinking their lineage was, or they are at heart Celts. I just like the prettiness & intricacy of the thing
It's surprising how many of these one comes across when visiting churches.

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