The Lily Cross (cold+snap winter architecture ). Photo by Timsphotos
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The Lily Cross

Uploaded by: Timsphotos

Tuesday December 11, 2012

Godshill, United Kingdom

Caption: This medieval painting of Christ on a cross made of Lilies,was not discovered until the 19th century when some plaster fell off the wall.



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1. gilg72
5:06 PM GMT on December 11, 2012
Very Amazing.
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About Timsphotos


Iam a British coach driver who tours around the UK and sometimes Europe.I take my camera with me all the time and photography helps me pass the time away.Iam lucky to see various locations I would not normally visit on family trips.

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