More Norfolk medieval wood and stone carving

Most of these photos were taken in the last few months and there is a heavy bias towards the Marshland churches, especially the magnificent Walpole St Peter and Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin, whose set of bench ends is second to none in Norfolk, although I find the latter’s atmosphere lacking compared to my favourite churches, perhaps because it is no longer used. Some of the carving is crude, some has been damaged by the ravages of time or perhaps the iconoclasm of the Reformation, and some is excellent. Most of all these photos provide an insight to the medieval world and imagination.

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  1. thanks a lot ive quit engraving after some years and want to draw more this material is excellent for me im not resolved about going tp gokarna near goa with arussian yogui i appreciared when he came to a 100 hour course with renowned vinyasakrama yoga ramaswami, disciple for 30 years with world famous master krishnamacharya if i resolve to stay you may come with barbara we have double bed for you its a difficult choice because i also have the option of good training in madrid have something for you resend your address so i dont make mistake best


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