Chapel of St. Nicholas
When photographing the Chapel of St. Nicholas in early July, I was undecided which light would be best to edit, so with conditions being ideal, I photographed a selection.
The completed image below strikes me as being rather dark, although as I recall, this was the case particularly in comparison with Fight the Good Fight, for example. I have yet to take a copy to the chapel for comparison and possible re-editing.
One omission from most of the windows or lights that I edit is the inscription. This window was given by the parents after the death of their son.
The inscription reads:
In Loving Memory of EDWARD HORACE PERCIVAL, who died at Summer Fields March 9, 1900, added 14.
The boy in the image is apparently a likeness of Edward.
Be Ye Kind One to Another (Henry Holiday, 1901) Chapel of St. Nicholas