The medieval church of Saint Dunstan in the East (London) was bombed during the war; it was given a new life in the seventies and transformed into a park.
Do you also feel how remarquably peaceful this scene is? I think the reason lies in the photo’s lines balance, between the vertical columns, the horizontal low wall and benches, and the diagonal tree branches.
Like the sitting human figure, one could stay thinking under the canopy, enjoying the quietness of the place.
A place with a soul.
Saint Dunstan in the East Garden, London. © Peter Trimming (CCL)