The west front of Bath Abbey was originally constructed in 1520. This is the large wooden door. Facing Abbey Church Road, which is more of a pedestrianised square than a road, this door is very popular with tourists. I had to go early in the morning to get the place to myself, but it was well worth it. Processing the photograph into a black and white image seems to enhance the textures of the bath stone and the wood.
One of only four bridges in the world that has shops on both sides for the full span. Finished in 1773 it crosses the River Avon in the beautiful English city of Bath. This photograph shows the much more picturesque south side of the bridge. I was stood on the west bank of the river, in front of Empire Hotel. The shops on the bridge include a flower shop, juice bar and an antique map shop.
With it’s full name of The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Bath it is easy to see why this Anglican parish church in the city centre gets Continue reading “Bath Abbey”
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