Recently I had a stroll around this magnificent building Christ Church Cathedral in Victoria, British Columbia. Consecrated in 1929 it was built in a few stages throughout the twentieth century. The Gothic style comes from medieval times. The building is humongous and full of incredible details. The church is mostly open during daytime (an old fashioned custom no longer prevalent among churches) and that’ll allow me to do more exploring there, armed with tripod etc, in the near future.
Even though the front looks by no means small, with all its solidness it does not even come close to giving us an inkling about the real size of the building.
There are many sides to this building but for this tour we are at the back of the building now.
Those three large stain glass windows we look at this time of day show nicer from the inside.
The plan is to delve into this building’s nooks and crannies one fine day in the next few months and the resulting photographs of that excursion will definitely be showcased here first.