Tim Knifton

Monastery Mont G

23rd March 2014

An early summer trip in 2013 saw us travelling to this old monastery and hospice with some impressive details. It was mostly empty but due to the big chapel and condition, it was worth shooting and getting out of the summer sun for a few hours.

'Arches'

'Keys'

'The ceiling to die for'

'Twin corridors'

The rest of the photos can be found on my Flickr photostream.

Thanks for looking in.

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