Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Sir George Somers who inspired Shakespeare to write The Tempest.

The North Transept showing Capitals and the Clerestory windows above.

Fifth anniversary - Wood

the Five Bells - friendly pub at Whitchurch Canonicorum
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kenju said...

I love seeing the photos from your various jaunts, Pat. The flowers are really lovely. I'd love to see an English flower festival some day.

moon said...

As always, terrific photos! Makes me want to be there..although u do a pretty good job of taking us there yourself! The flowers were all so lovely also...I can just imagine the smells of those mixed with the smell of old wood and stone of the church. Thanks for sharing!

Jack said...

I'm with kenju. It's a little like travelling with you; the text is great but the pics add an extra flavour. Love the look of the pub. I assume you both stopped in for a pint?

PI said...

Judy: if you praise the flowers I know they must be good.

Moon: well you did the same for France.

Jack: we had two lunches there and I have just written to the other Pat to tell her the name of the Pat we were trying to remember.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Wondrful pictures of a very Beautiful place...The Church is exquisite....I love those interior arches...So very elegant...!
A very beautiful place is Dorset....!

PI said...

Naomi: yes I love the arches too.