St. Peulan's, Llanbeulan, Anglesey.

I arrive early at St. Peulan's to capture the sunrise and I'm not disappointed. I take my photographs and then just sit and watch until the sky desaturates into the pale blue of the day.

Inside, I'm mesmerised by the light and the way it reveals and conceals.

Once again, I photograph the intentional:

and then look for the unintentional, such as this graffito in the window of the Victorian glazier.

For more information and directions to St. Peulan:

St Peulan’s, Llanbeulan, Anglesey - Friends of Friendless Churches
St Peulan’s is a 12th-century church perched on a mound at the bottom of an ancient causeway in a sea of slate gravestones.