I captured these marvellous textures of the brickwork at old St Mary’s Church in Stoke Newington, London.
There is now a new church in Stoke Newington, but the old church still stands at the edge of Clissold Park. Built in 1563 by Sir William Patten, it is the only church of the Elizabethan period left in London and is also one of the earliest Anglican Churches never to have been a Roman Catholic Church.
The church in its spring glory:
Posted as part of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Textures.