I was not expecting the rhyme either (it would be like me rhyming haha), but it worked so well here. Elegant and brimming with almost an awe and wonder of the many betrothals and stories of love that have echoed in that hall. There's a sort of glory in knowing this church will stand the test of time, so to speak, and also in those it welcomes, believers or not.
Thanks Mr D, I just love history in general, drives the wife mad.
2 years ago
by Em (marmite)
Judging comment: This Thunderous Hall by Darren points 7 - A very special piece in my eyes which brings out the beauty of this wonderful structure through art, something that makes it even more beautiful is the rhyming used because it makes the pace of the piece perfect in my opinion.
I really liked this piece by Darren. To start with I wasn't sure where it was leading but it all falls into place rather nicely.
I'm not massively religious but on the odd occasion that I do attended places of worship I do feel an odd sense of peace and am always in awe of the craftsmanship that went into the building of such places. It's also true, that you can almost feel the history seeping into your bones.
That Darren manages to entwine the the history of such a place to his own special moment is quite brilliant.