Even though we don't know who these people were, they will be remembered for as long as the cathedral is standing, assuming you know where to look to find their names. It was fascinating to see them all.
Thursday, 24 February 2022
Monday, 21 February 2022
here) and it was a little cramped, although you were much closer to it. I think it looks more impressive in a larger space like this.
...and the Dean's Eye window. The glass is from the 13th century.
There is more to come about the Cathedral in my next post.
Sunday, 20 February 2022
Easton Walled Gardens, which is a thirty minute drive away. It had just opened for snowdrops the Friday before. I had visited before, but not since 2015, so was interested to see how things had grown and changed. I had managed to slip on our stairs that morning, which had winded me, but I was lucky and hadn't done any lasting damage, although felt a little more fragile than usual!
This trough also caught my eye. The combination of ferns, snowdrops, hellebores and cyclamen works so well and could be repeated in a large pot at home...hmm...