A photograph I took on film in 1992 of a statue of the archangel Saint Michael inside the abbey at the Benedictine monastery of Mont Saint Michel in Normandy France. It is my understanding that the public is no longer allowed to enter this part of the historical site, so I suppose I was lucky to get this shot when I did. Catholics believe Saint Michael to have ousted Satan from Paradise, thus he is seen as a protector of the Church, and is said to offer souls the chance to repent upon death. So I suppose you should consider your philosophical meeting with Saint Michael your very last chance to come clean or things aren't going to go well for you, apparently. Before all that happens, please visit my Be Very Very Still art gallery to see more of my still life artwork.
Copyright 1992 Susan Maxwell Schmidt, all rights reserved.
January 26th, 2021
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