It's a little over two years since I started my project to visit and photograph all the churches in the square mile of the City of London. There were once as many as 75 active churches in the city but many were destroyed, either by the Great Fire in 1666 or during the Blitz in World War II. Today there are some fifty six church buildings left, although some of those are just shells (often used as gardens) or solitary towers.
During the course of my project so far I've visited twenty eight of them so I'm exactly half way there. It's been fun getting to know the City of London better and it's been so inspiring seeing the huge variety of architecture among the churches.
Today I've updated the gallery over on my Personal Projects page with the churches I've visited in recent months. Please do pop by and take a look and do pass the info on to anyone you think might find it interesting. I'm planning to create a book once the project is finished, although that may take another year or two!