Permanent Tourist

The personal website of Mark Howells-Mead

Posts about Aisles

I have liked visiting churches and cathedrals for many years. My interest in their architecture and individualities led me to begin a photo project in 2007: a collection of photos taken looking up the aisle with as a similar viewing angle as possible.

  • St. Martin's in the Fields, London

    If you’re huffy, you get what you deserve.

  • St. Mary-le-Bow

    The church of St. Mary-le-Bow in London sits halfway between St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England, on the historic road known as Cheapside. The church is widely accepted by many Londoners as being the true centre of London: tradition indicates that in order to be a true “Cockney” (Londoner), one must have been born…

  • Up the Aisle

    A few selected images from my ever-expanding collection of aisles in places of worship.

  • The church of St. Michael, on the private ground of the Didlington Hall estate, west of Swaffham in Norfolk, England.

  • The number eleven has a lot of relevance in the Swiss city of Solothurn.