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A close up of one of the hammerbeam angels at Westminster: These are undoubtedly the work of talented specialist carvers, known in the Middle Ages as imaginours or imagers. We know the names of four of the men who carved the angels for Westminster Hall, and what they were paid.  Photograph © The Houses of Parliament 2012. Photographer: Michael Rimmer.

A close up of one of the hammerbeam angels at Westminster: These are undoubtedly the work of talented specialist carvers, known in the Middle Ages as imaginours or imagers. We know the names of four of the men who carved the angels for Westminster Hall, and what they were paid. Photograph © The Houses of Parliament 2012. Photographer: Michael Rimmer.

King's Lynn, Norfolk - St Nicholas: A roof angel holding the hammer and nails of the Crucifixion, instruments of the Passion. | Photographs & Text: © Michael Rimmer 2014

King's Lynn, Norfolk - St Nicholas: A roof angel holding the hammer and nails of the Crucifixion, instruments of the Passion. | Photographs & Text: © Michael Rimmer 2014

The Angel Roof at Westminster Hall (looking East): Built by Hugh Herland for Richard II mainly between 1395-8, this is the earliest known angel roof, and a masterpiece of medieval timber engineering. Photograph © The Houses of Parliament 2012. Photographer: Michael Rimmer.

The Angel Roof at Westminster Hall (looking East): Built by Hugh Herland for Richard II mainly between 1395-8, this is the earliest known angel roof, and a masterpiece of medieval timber engineering. Photograph © The Houses of Parliament 2012. Photographer: Michael Rimmer.

Homemade Scotch eggs are a world away from shop bought versions. Worth the effort for an unexpected party treat

Scotch eggs

Homemade Scotch eggs are a world away from shop bought versions. Worth the effort for an unexpected party treat

Old cistern in Morocco.  I can't remember the town.  Was Jeddah?  Anyway, we enjoyed a month in Morocco pastoring an international church while they were in the US.

Old cistern in Morocco. I can't remember the town. Was Jeddah? Anyway, we enjoyed a month in Morocco pastoring an international church while they were in the US.