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Stones and gold gilt-painted gargoyles awaiting restoration at York Minster Cathedral, York, England.
Posted by Tara Bradford on 16 February 2008 at 15:34 | Permalink
To show reverence to history and beautiful art objects, is to show reverence to oneself and honor the future.
17 February 2008 at 15:57
Beautiful! More historic places like this should be taken back to how they originally looked.
17 February 2008 at 08:48
How nice that Europeans 'restore' things. Over here they get torn down. We seem to have nothing that lasts here. I adore leaving the old in with the new.
17 February 2008 at 03:20
OOOHHH Golden Gargoyles..there's a story in there somewhere...yes, one of magic and intrigue!
Pam Aries |
17 February 2008 at 01:49
Talk about a gilded tongue...
16 February 2008 at 22:26
my dear tara...restoration work is among my favorite to do...there is a stillness in recreating something to past perfection...i have missed visiting you...hugs, r
16 February 2008 at 18:19
I think it would be so interesting to do restoration work....I thought about textile restoration briefly when I was in school.
16 February 2008 at 17:19
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