A moored sailing vessel is bound to stay at Gloucester harbour. The sun illuminates the scene and some shadows are created in the pool.
Music for this pictures:
Gloucestershire Wassail by Traveller’s Dream
The gate in the background connects the area of Tewkesbury Abbey with the older part of the town. The connection is linked by some bushes and makes you wonder what you will find in there. Tensions is created and your adventure of visiting the town is yet to start!
Music for this picture:Thomas Weelkes: O Jonathan.
Gloucester’s Cathedral is one of my favourite in England, though I admit it’s hard to make a decision. The music for this picture is something special. HAve you ever heard of Trond Kverno? No? Then listen to his “Ave Maris Stella”. When I attended Evensong (which is always worth doing) there was a choir from Oslo, Norway visiting and performed the Evensong with some of his pieces.
Is it a drawing or did my ink crystallize when I finished this piece of art? You decide and make up your mind. Whatever it may be the focus is laid on the illuminated cupola while the northern entrance is of different colour and function.It’s too sad that you must not take any photos inside!
Music for this picture:There’s a wideness in God’s Mercy.
During the following weeks I am going to present you my most current artwork. For this, I have selected a few photographs which I took during my Easter holidays on a tour through Middle England. Here I show you a fine lucky view of Ludlow with excellent ewather conditions. The town is situated in a splendid area with hills surrounding the old town. A small path leads to this wonderful place, so please take a seat!
Music for this picture
Eric Whitacre: Cloudburst
Built in 1941 but turned into a radio factory and only reopened in 1997 this fine church on a hill in Kaunas offers wide views of the city from its roof terrace.When I visited this church in 2012 it was decorated for a marriage. The flowers support the wide length of the nave, if you have a look at the walls you will see a modern Stations of the Cross.
Music for this picture:Sekme Lydes (V. Genyte)