Rood Screen - Wigan Parish Church - HDR by Andrew Fishburn (Canon EOS 6D)
The word is derived from the Saxon word rood or rode, meaning cross, which was mounted on the top of the screen. Wigan's rood was removed many years ago and now sits under the tower, albeit undecorated, unlike the screen.
Comment by kath on 11th February 2014 at 06:47
Comment by Thomas Walsh. on 11th February 2014 at 07:50
Very innovative , I've been to The Parish Church countless times and never really appreciated the beauty of the screen,I shall see it with different eyes in future.
Comment by Harry C. on 11th February 2014 at 08:08
That is an impressive and interesting photo, but wait for the negative comments! H.
Comment by Bradshaws Girl on 11th February 2014 at 08:46
That is brilliant - there is nothing negative to say about this. Well done Andrew.
Comment by Helen on 11th February 2014 at 08:55
WOW ! I don't use that word very often being a lady of mature years but this photo deserves it, wonderful !
Comment by Garry on 11th February 2014 at 08:55
Absolutely stunning colours, you have an incredible eye for beauty Andrew, I love it. The colours in the glass windows is phenomenal.
Comment by Rev David Long on 11th February 2014 at 09:04
Lovely, unusual angle of just a part of the splendour of All Saints following Canon Malcolm Forrest's work on the decorations.
I think of him and this handiwork when I look up at the unadorned ancient woodwork in the roof of St Wilfrid's at Standish and wonder - what was this roof like before Malcolm's time? Did he just have older paintwork brightened up, or had it been unpainted before?
Comment by Garry's Partner. on 11th February 2014 at 09:11
A very intelligent and clever angle shot, the colours are adorable thankyou.
Comment by Lizzie down under on 11th February 2014 at 09:42
I love HDR....it makes everything so sharp and clear....and the colours are amazing...thank you Andrew....cheers!!!
Comment by christine bishop on 11th February 2014 at 10:27
stunning, wow, pic
Comment by Nev Buchanan on 11th February 2014 at 10:29
Andy, that is excellent!
Comment by Anne on 11th February 2014 at 11:08
Did Canon Malcolm really get stuck in and do some of it.
Super again Andrew.
Comment by Garry on 11th February 2014 at 11:27
Harry..if anyone posts negative comments to this stunning photo, they need specsavers!!!!!
Comment by Beryl on 11th February 2014 at 12:46
wonderful, I am in awe. Both the topic and the photography
Comment by Jean F (Wales) on 11th February 2014 at 13:29
Wow Andrew....that made me dizzy just looking at it
Comment by Steven on 11th February 2014 at 15:42
Exquisite..the best yet.
Comment by Alan on 11th February 2014 at 15:54
Comment by Linda on 11th February 2014 at 15:59
Comment by david on 11th February 2014 at 16:50
Comment by dirty harry on 11th February 2014 at 17:27
"NUFF SAID" i dont mock the house of our lord .
Comment by Linda on 11th February 2014 at 17:57
Comment by Ernest Pyke on 11th February 2014 at 18:27
It was not very far from this screen where I cried all the time when being christened at the font in 1928!
Comment by alan lad on 11th February 2014 at 18:36
11/10 lost for words
Comment by Lesley on 11th February 2014 at 19:07
Andrew, what can I say!!!!!!!
Comment by Andrew F on 11th February 2014 at 22:45
Thanks folks :-))
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