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St Michael’s Church
When Christianity came to England, the sites of pagan temples which were converted to churches were often dedicated to St Michael and all Angels, presumably to ensure the old gods were outnumbered. There is no doubt that St Michael’s Church, Coxwold, was one of the first churches in Yorkshire and is probably built on the site of a pagan temple
Pentax K10D 18-55mm lens. DSLR. f5.6 1/180 ISO100 focal length 18.0mm
3 images from RAW processed in Photomatix Pro3.
16 July 2009