From a distance all that can be seen is a white octagonal structure with long, narrow arched windows picked out with light blue paint. Intriguing and worth further exploration.
... and finding a tiny shady dell with an inviting garden chair placed just so, encouragement to relax for a while on a hot day.
But now, visible beneath a window, is a small notice board and it reads Temore - Inner Temple of the Heart.
When I opened the door of the chapel, nothing prepared me for the rush of heavenly blue that engulfed me.
The sunlight pouring through the stained glass landed on the blue floor and bounced off the blue walls.
There are small benches at the back of the chapel, absolutely necessary for sinking on to so that you can immerse yourself in the uplifting, celestial hues all around. The sense of peace and tranquillity that envelopes you is something quite extraordinary.
On the floor, an engraved painted lotus flower with a votive candle in the centre.
Exquisite blues, gentle amethysts and tender pinks.
I only realised later when I was arranging my pictures for this posting how I had been influenced by the pinks and mauves of the stained glass windows.