Pat29

Pat29

Posted on 03/27/2016


Photo taken on June 23, 2006



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"Smallest of villages is Gidleigh, As we turn the corner we see within an area of a few square yards the whole church-town. There is a ruined castle adjoining the dilapidated manor-house, close hugged by the little church, with a tower unusually slim when compared with its brethren. And beyond the pool made by the bubbling brook beneath the churchyard wall are two thatched cottages, one the post-office, the other the residence of the worthy and not unintelligent parish clerk, where homely fare may be obtained, for inn there is none. The whole settlement - that is, the, the inhabited part of it - could be put into the waiting-room of a London railway station."

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Jeff Farley
Jeff Farley
An excellent shot and narrative Pat.
2 years ago.
RatRod
RatRod
Wonderful little church Pat.
2 years ago.
Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen
Lovely church, very well captured.
2 years ago.