St.Peter's Church, Kettles' yard, Cambri
This tiny one-room haven of tranquility in the busy City of Cambridge dates back to the C11th but was extensively rebuilt in 1781. By the beginning of the C20th it was again derelict but in 1930 was rebuilt once more, care being taken to preserve the 4 Saxon stone-carved mermen at each corner of the font. Mermen have an ancient link to St Peter, patron saint of fishermen. Taken with a 1975 Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera model 1, on Polaroid (TIP) B+W film


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2022 Sept. 10 | Cambridge (GB)
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