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Sacred Stones: photography at St John’s, Chester

31 July 2012

We’ve worked on a number of occasions on the ‘Mapping Medieval Chester’ and ‘Discover Medieval Chester’ projects with the photographer David Heke, who’s based in Chester. David has taken some beautiful pictures of locations in medieval Chester, which we have used in displays and will be central to next year’s exhibition and the new ‘Discover Medieval Chester’ website, and he has also photographed the new ‘Hryre’ artwork at St John’s Church.

David’s personal project, ‘Sacred Stones’, is inspired by St John’s Church, and I know that readers of this blog will be interested to see the gallery here. There are some beautiful images of the medieval architecture of St John’s, as well as hidden treasures within the church.