Saturday, 12 September 2015
Gargoyle at Flowery Field
It is the Heritage Weekend when numerous historic buildings are open to visitors and laying on displays. On Friday I paid a visit to Flowery Field Church. I took quite a number of photographs but as I'm going to be away in Llandudno all next week I won't have time to sort and edit them for a while.
However, as a taster I'm presenting this photograph of one of the gargoyles on the tower.
As I explained in a post on Stockport Daily Photo grotesques are the carving of a face (or body and face) of an animal or creature on the side of a building and ones that incorporate drainage spouts are termed gargoyles.
I'll post more photographs of Flowery Field at a later date.
A contribution to The Weekend in Black and White and Inspired Sundays.