I’m not particularly interested in architecture, culture or history. That makes me sound pretty shallow, but I just get so bored. I don’t get the appeal of discussing spandrels, cresting, or lunettes (hint: I googled architecture words so I could give examples of stuff I don’t care about). When and why something was built doesn’t particularly interest me either. If it’s tall I wouldn’t mind being on top of it for the view but that’s about it. There are very few church buildings I care about.
But I cared about this one…
It’s called The Unfinished Church. I get it. I do. It’s located on the island of Bermuda and when you are surrounded by some of the most beautiful beaches in the world it’s probably easy to get a little distracted and procrastinate. That’s fine. What is more surprising is that this church “building” is one of the biggest tourist attractions on the island.
There’s something meaningful about that.
This incomplete thing, known for it’s imperfections draws the attention of all who pass by. I climbed the walls to get a better view of the inside. Despite warnings of the danger of falling debris I wanted to risk it and jump insid