Taken from the Town Bridge looking towards the town’s old buildings. In the foreground is the River Avon. Due to the lovely weather that day there is a great reflection of the sky and clouds on the water. Bradford on Avon is a town in Wiltshire, England. Many of the buildings you can see here date back to the 17th century, when they had a thriving woolen textile industry here.
The centre of Castle Comb is very picturesque. In the centre of this photograph you can see people enjoying a drink at the Castle Inn Hotel and to the right the 14th century Market Cross. Just off camera to the left is an old church which is also well worth seeing. Before my aunt and uncle told me to go here, I had only heard of the near by race track. This was taken only about five months ago, looking back on this photograph it seems like a different world.
Outside of London, Stonehenge is probably England’s most popular tourist attraction. That said there are certainly better stone circles in much nicer parts of the country. They might be a little smaller and not as old. Still this is my second photograph of Stonehenge that I wanted to share taken from a slightly different angle. It makes me wonder how it would look at dusk on a nice winters evening.
Sometimes we look forward to seeing a famous landmark or building in a new town (particularly when travelling) only to find that it is covered in construction workers, usually using Continue reading “Scaffolding in the Sun”
This is the nave of Salisbury Cathedral. This is the view you see looking up as you first enter and look down towards the alter over one hundred metres away! It amazes me how Continue reading “Salisbury Cathedral Interior”