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Photo Mug : A group of pilgrims crossing the causeway at Holy Island on their way to St

A group of pilgrims crossing the causeway at Holy Island on their way to St



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A group of pilgrims crossing the causeway at Holy Island on their way to St

A group of pilgrims crossing the causeway at Holy Island on their way to St. Aidans Church in 1996

NCJ
NCJ Archive

Media ID 21383346

© Mirrorpix

Customs Easter


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Bring the sacred journey of the pilgrims to your daily routine with our Media Storehouse Photo Mug from Memory Lane Prints. Featuring a captivating image of a group of pilgrims crossing the causeway at Holy Island en route to St. Aidans Church in 1996, this mug is more than just a beverage holder. Each sip will transport you back in time, allowing you to relive the historical significance and spiritual connection of this iconic moment. Perfect for tea or coffee, this high-quality mug is microwave and dishwasher safe, ensuring it's always ready for your next pilgrimage to your favorite memories.

A personalised photo mug blends sentimentality with functionality, making an ideal gift for cherished loved ones, close friends, or valued colleagues. Preview may show both sides of the same mug.

Elevate your coffee or tea experience with our premium white ceramic mug. Its wide, comfortable handle makes drinking easy, and you can rely on it to be both microwave and dishwasher safe. Sold in single units, preview may show both sides of the same mug so you can see how the picture wraps around.

Mug Size is 8.1cm high x 9.6cm diameter (3.2" x 3.8")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this print titled "A group of pilgrims crossing the causeway at Holy Island on their way to St. Aidans Church in 1996" by NCJ, we are transported back to a moment filled with profound spirituality and timeless traditions. The image captures a scene from the 1990s, where a diverse group of individuals embark on an Easter pilgrimage towards St. Aidans Church. As they traverse the causeway, one can sense the collective anticipation and devotion that radiates from each pilgrim's face. Their expressions reflect both reverence for their faith and excitement for the upcoming celebrations. This snapshot encapsulates not only religious customs but also highlights the power of community coming together to honor shared beliefs. The photograph serves as a poignant reminder of how ancient traditions persist through generations, connecting us to our roots and providing solace in times of uncertainty. It invites us to reflect on our own spiritual journeys while appreciating those who have walked similar paths before us. NCJ's expertly captured moment freezes time, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in this sacred procession across Holy Island's mystical landscape. Whether it is nostalgia for past experiences or admiration for enduring rituals, this print resonates deeply with anyone seeking connection through religion and tradition.

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