We built this rose with artisan hands,
we coloured the petals with hearts eye,
we raised it from embers,
reborn to shine once more.
This is a view back to the West door of York Minster, with it’s iconic Rose Window, reborn after the fire which ripped through the Minster.
This area is full of people coming and going, echoing the passage of millions of feet since the building was begun.
The light spills into this area, sometimes creating a mist of time in passage.
Converted into black and white and best viewed large.
Featured by the kind hosts of the Who Needs Colour for Beauty? Black and White Art At It’s Best