It may have been, I'm not sure. I deleted it right after I sent it. I didn't expect any problem about it. Don't worry, it's not important.I should have said, and will say now, NRN.---Les
John Salmon <j.r.salmon@...
> wrote:Are you refereing to the picture illustrating the organ?
Les Center wrote:
> No, no, no, no, NO. No such thing!. Maybe I am the dunce. But it looked to me (in the pictures) that the light arches didn't fit the gothic of the remainder, stylistically. Particularly BELOW the gothic. Normally you would expect the light arches to be above the gothic, being later in period. You expect a structure to get lighter as it goes up, instead of starting light at the bottom and getting heavier as it goes up. I.e, the Gothic looks too heavy for the light arches. Or, is it just a photographic thing?---Les
> John Salmon <j.r.salmon@...> wrote:I am not quite sure what you mean. Is that me being a bit dim?
> I was happy with what I saw.
> Les Center wrote:
>>Didn't you find the round arches (well, three-centered) mixed with the Gothic exterior rather jarring? It seems to me once you've established a "Gothic" theme on the exterior, you should be consistent on the interior.---Les
>>John Salmon <j.r.salmon@...> wrote:S Michael & All Angels, Mill Hill, London NW7
>>Church by Caroe and Passmore
>>Pictures to cp
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