Thursday, 2 October 2008
St. Conan's Kirk (what a name.. wonder if he came from Cymmeria :P) in Scotland. It was built in the late 19th century, is a mixture of neo-gothic and neo-god-knows-what by an architect Walter Campbell. Webportal 'Undiscovered Scotland describes it this way: "He did not design the church to conform to any particular style. Rather he took ideas and designs from different places and periods and produced something that serves as a collection of the best or most interesting features drawn from many other churches."
Ps. It have drainpipes looking like rabbits!