Photographer's Note

The pigeon is in the tree. As if you would miss it.

The Cathedral of Antwerp, the Church of Our Lady, was begun in 1352 and completed (the tower was the last bit) in 1518. It's considered a masterpiece of lacework done in stone and has suffered the average number of fires, floods and plunderings that seem to beset the great cathedrals of Europe. On this rather cold, wet day, just as I entered the Groen-plaats, the square in front of the cathedral, the rain stopped and the sun burst through for a few marvellous minutes. The cathedral glistened in the afternoon light.

I seem to have begun, quite without realising it until this moment, a series of shots of churches and cathedrals.

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