Sunday, 17 July 2011

Cherub Heads

Cherub heads from the 1705 Smith organ case in St. David's Cathedral, Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi; St. David's (Tyddewi), Pembrokeshire.  8 July 2011.
Cherub heads from the 1705 "Smith" organ case in St. David's Cathedral (Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi),
St. David's (Tyddewi), Pembrokeshire.  8 July 2011.


  1. Guess what? I like this even better than the tiny invertebrates. This is lovely work by a carver better than one sees doing even the nicest misericords or angels on tomb sculptures. St. David's may be the smallest cathedral (or at least the smallest cathedral town), but work like this gives it a different complexion than one had thought of.

  2. This photo is so good that you can see the carvings better than you can in the cathedral. Fantastic Bill! Your butterfly pics are amazing too. Good work, shame it wasn't your job. Dorothy