I started photography when I was about 14, and my first images were developed in the school darkroom with the exposure for the print being counted down by saying “One-Kodak-Two-Kodak-Three ….. ” (what great subliminal advertising that was!) Since then I have had a love of black and white photography, but I have had trouble getting my head back into place since shooting digital. Whilst I have shot some images which I have considered worthwhile, I have trouble trying to pre-visualise the image, and then having to do that all over again when I get in front of the computer screen. However, I have been having a little more success recently and shot this yesterday at St. Dominics Priory in Lymington, Hampshire (the old one in England, that is). It may form part of a series I have always wanted to work on showing many aspects of religion.