I find churches architecture amazing, especially the vaulted arches. The way the eye follows the curves gives them movement. It's very hard to stop photographing them once I'm inside. They're also living historical documents: their walls, the materials used, the decorations (which are often hidden and have to be sought out) and the fact that many of them have been around for several hundred years, casts a spell on me. I'm not religious at all, but there's very little I enjoy more in photography than turning up at a pair of heavy wooden doors that are the gateway to another time.
The photographs here are from churches in the Netherlands and England. Follow the link to see the photos I took of Mont St Michel in France a couple of years ago.