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A lone 14th-century pilgrim on his way to St. Winifrede’s Well in Flintshire, Wales, pauses to admire the beauty of the firmament.
Known as ‘the Lourdes of Wales’ owing to the miraculous cures attributed to its waters, St. Winifrede’s Well has been a site of pilgrimage since the 7th century AD. Richard Lionheart, Henry V and James II are some of the English monarchs known to have visited and venerated this holy site.
Digital oils based on a photograph by friend and talented artist Constance Widen.
Tech specs: Photoshop, Filter Forge, Filter Forge, Xero, Arkvis
*Original Photo: Thank you, Constance!
Tell Ted I apologize for turning him into a hood:-)