We were grateful to be permitted to enter this private chapel and take photographs in the soft natural morning light (I was so pleased that all of the lighting was natural). The beautiful marble floors, door openings featuring geometric designs, and the central glass doors admitting entry to the chapel all combine to give this place of worship its own special character.
Since Mark decided not to mount his Ohio photos on his From the North Fork blog, I am honoured that he has given me permission to include them in my Korner.
|Monastic farming in action (photo by Mark)|
|Looking from the front porch which oversees the flat fields of this part of western Ohio.|
|Built of brick, outlined with stone, one sees so many interesting details.|
|Side hallway leading to (?) living quarters.|
|Dal glass (thicker glass blocks, generally not painted)|
|Dal glass (closeup photo by Mark)|
|Candle (photo by Mark)|
|West rose window (photo by Mark)|
|Facing the back of the chapel and its glass doors at the entry.|
|Hallway leading from the chapel to the front entrance of the main building|