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  1. It's about time I submitted something from my growing backlog so here's one from a little while back... The Roman Catholic theological college was founded in 1808 and finally closed in 2011. I made 2 visits within the space of 10 days, due to forgetting to attach the tripod plate onto the base of my camera the first time. Lesson learned! For fans of uber-decay and religious icons this is a treat And on to the St Cuthbert's chapel. I was a bit gutted that the pews had very recently been tampered with in a serious way, however there was plenty of wonderful stuff to appreciate. I have to say I was totally mesmerised with this statue and ended up taking shots from every angle. To sum up the idea of beauty in decay in one shot, personally I think this would nail it - Peace be upon you brothers and sisters....
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