Friday, 14 March 2014


On Wednesday went to Warwick for the day, and here are a few of the images I took.

The first is of Dean's Chapel located, within the magnificent St Mary's Church. This small chapel has fancifully painted Gothic vaulting painted white, with blue between the vaulting ribs. Squints look through the wall of the Dean's Chapel into the much larger and grandiose Beauchamp Chapel.
Deans Chapel
Dean's Chapel
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Next we have a couple of images of the ruins of the Great Bridge over the River Avon, taken from Mill Garden below the walls of Warwick Castle. The Bridge originally connected Mill Street on the north of the river to Bridge Street on the south.
Great Bridge, Warwick

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Great Bridge, Warwick
Great Bridge
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Finally for today, we have an image of Mill Street, one of the few spots to survive Warwick’s Great Fire of 1694 undamaged. Today, Mill Street is a residential street that retains some of the town’s medieval architecture. The houses were built mostly with timber-frames in the style of the Tudors.
Mill Street Warwick
Mill Street
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As usual, all of these photos are available to purchase as original  Wall Art, in a variety of formats including as greeting cards or iphone cases from Fine Art America and Photo4Me - just click on the links below each image.

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