Chapel at Rednal


The fish-eye effect of the 28mm lens makes the chapel look a little larger than it actually is. The very striking crucifix dominates the whole space. It makes it unusual celebrating Mass as the eye strikes only the feet most of the time. But at the elevation, it reminded me very effectively of the call to unite ourselves with the divine victim and his offering of his life on the cross.

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