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This is a gargoyle on the east end of the south aisle of the Church of St Mark in Mark, Somerset. The church dates from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. There may have been a chapel in the village from the 12th century however the current church was dedicated in 1268 as the Church of the Holy Cross. The Four Evangelists, each with his symbol, were carved by a Belgian sculptor, André, in 1524 from single pieces of oak. Now in the choir, they were originally from Bruges Cathedral. The North Aisle Roof has many Tudor carvings, while the Nave Barrel Roof features earlier ones including King Alfred and his wife.
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I'm Chief Scientist at proAgile Ltd. You could pretty much say that software engineering methodologies are my bag.
I specialize in agile transformations at enterprise scale, and tweet and blog quite actively about this. I'm also the curator at agilepatterns.org.
Hobbywise, I'm into Extreme Ironing. I've ironed underneath the ice-sheet of a frozen lake, and I've also gifted the world with the "fusion" sport of bog snorkelling + extreme ironing.
I do quite a bit of scuba diving in lakes and rivers, mainly in pursuit of antique bottles.
Cave diving is another interest, and I have traversed White Lady sump in the Dan-yr-Ogof system while training under the redoubtable Martyn Farr.
Of course, I have plumbed even murkier depths on public sector IT projects. This latter experience once lead to an outburst of Vogon Poetry; you can commiserate by reading it here.