Tag Archives: church architecture

St Andrew’s Church, Walberswick (2)

The fabric of the exterior of St Andrew’s, Walberswick, is interesting.  Much use was made of the locally available flint stone both for the construction and decoration of the 15th century tower and church.  Knapped flint can produce a shiny surface and a range of colours.


Decorative knapped flint

Knapped flint used to decorate buttresses

Panels of mixed stone and brick are attractive for both their colour and their texture.



Filed under Colour, Pattern, photography, Texture, Uncategorized

Sketches of churches in Ibiza

The white churches of Ibiza seem best suited to black and white photography and, indeed, invite varied interpretations even within the monochrome medium.   (See also Church Entrances. Ibiza)


Filed under Minimalist, Pattern, photography, Texture, Uncategorized