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Trodden by Thousands by Dave Godden

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The route of pilgrims one foot and knee over nearly 850 years has caused the wear on the steps to the South Quire Aisle at Canterbury Cathedral.

The steps lead ultimately to Trinity Chapel where a shrine once held the mortal remains of Thomas Becket, outspoken Archbishop and Saint where thousands have trecked over the centuries to pay homage and receive healing.

A sedate gallop performed by the pilgrims on horseback along the trackways was known at the Canterbury Gaite and now is established in the equestrian world as the ‘Canter’.

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pilgrim, thomas, steps, chapel, canterbury, kent, trinity, canter, becket

Comments

  • Rafferty-Evans
    Rafferty-Evansover 4 years ago

    I know these steps anywhere, Canterbury Cathedral… Stunning lighting

  • Thanks Lee-Anne Av priority at f22 plus tripod and let it do its own thing – everyone going past was invisible :-)

    – Dave Godden

  • relayer51
    relayer51over 4 years ago

    Excellent and can’t see any ghostly shadows I must try those settings, cheers Dave!.

  • Thanks Mark

    – Dave Godden

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 4 years ago


    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • Kim Slater
    Kim Slaterover 4 years ago

    Well done on yr feature in Heritage in Stone Dave ;o) Just noticed it

  • I had no idea – thanks Kim :-)

    – Dave Godden

  • shadowlea
    shadowleaalmost 4 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS … well done

  • Thanks very much :-)

    – Dave Godden

  • sentimentum
    sentimentumabout 2 years ago


    Congratulations your image was in the Top Ten runners up,
    in the Steps or staircases in a church challenge

  • Thanks very much :-)

    – Dave Godden

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