Sometimes you stumble across a gem when you least expect it. This just happened to me between meetings in Farringdon as I walked through Ely Place.
The tiny church was formerly the town chapel of the Bishop of Ely between 1250 & 1570.
Some of the most colourful stained glass windows that I have ever come across, even more vivid in such close knit surroundings.
Unfortunately my tablet camera does not really do them justice, but I thought I would share them all the same.
Well worth a visit if you are ever in the City of London. A complete haven away from the hustle and bustle of the finance, judiciary and gold merchant sectors on its doorstep.