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Forest Of Dean Cathedral
England

Cathedral - Kevin Atherton 1986.

As you walk along the avenue of trees approaching 'Cathedral' you are reminded of the aisle in a cathedral and the experience of awe that such gigantic architecture evokes. But instead of religous imagery, you see the life of the forest in brightly coloured glass.©FDST

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