Friday, December 28, 2007


(St. Lucia log cont'd ...)

Stained glass in the Cathedral.

Yesterday after a deep and reflective lunch in Castries, we went and sat in the cool darkness of the massive Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. It felt like being in the belly of what I imagine Noah's ark would look like if it was upside down. The intricate artwork on the high, arched wooden ceilings is amazing. How do they clean it and care for it at such a height? This question baffled me and Mel for a while as we sat on a front pew chatting and gazing around us.

I only took photos of the stained glass windows though.

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Blogger Kikipotamus said...

This trip to St. Lucia feels very restorative. So much nourishing dark and quiet.

7:06 PM  

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