Manor House T – The Chapel

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Manor House T – The Chapel

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I’ve been to several large houses in Europe that have chapels attached, nothing quite like this one though. In keeping with the rest of the property the whole room was painted with trompe-l’œil pretty much everything in the image apart from the alter is painted. It’s obviously been a long time since the chapel was used, pigeon crap on the floor and benches, the former glory and beauty slowly fading.

  (Mark Blundell)

Luckily there is no graf or any tags here to spoil the location, and I hope it stays that way. I could have quite happily stayed here for a whole day.

 (Mark Blundell)

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Jim Denham

April 16, 2012at 11:44 pm

Considering the wear and tear on this spot, it still looks amazing! Well done!

Viveca Koh

April 17, 2012at 8:28 am

What a wonderful chapel, I especially love the ceiling with the dove, and you have captured it very well. Would have loved to have seen this one for myself!

Brenda Spiller

April 17, 2012at 9:00 am

It’s such a beautiful building. What a shame it is being left to decay. Such a waste, it makes me sad. Awesome photos tho Mark.

Michael Davis

April 18, 2012at 2:15 pm

Hey Mark it might be old but still gorgeous with its own prideful structure interior. Very beautiful artistic too. Thanks for such nice photos.

Toad Hollow Photography

April 18, 2012at 6:47 pm

Wow, this is just beyond wonderful Mark. I can’t even imagine how or why such a majestic place would be left unattended. Isn’t the world a weird place?

Chris Maskell

April 18, 2012at 10:48 pm

Amazing location Mark and great images

– Gregory Allen Deese

April 20, 2012at 5:58 am

[…] Manor House T – The Chapel – a private chapel in an uninhabited manor is masterfully captured and shared by Mark Blundell in this epic post.  The room is painted with exquisite details, and Mark does a great job capturing the intricacy of the painting and the architectural elements. […]

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