Echoes of the Past
I guess this is really, what gargoyles are suppose to look like. I rather like the funny ones a bit more than theses lads.
Scary gargoyles from All Saints’ Church, Oakham in Rutland.
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The wonderful gargoyle lives in the seaside town of Cromer in Norfolk.
St Peter & St Paul’s Church, Cromer, Norfolk.
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Oh dear, looks like this poor gargoyle has had years of toothache.
St Andrew’s Church Heckington, Lincolnshire.
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Ready to leap down, when required, this little gargoyle is just waiting for you to pass by.
Waiting on St Mary’s Church, Edith Weston in Rutland.
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We explored York on Saturday, well as much as we could, with several thousand other visitors. I am not sure it was a wise choice, but the weather was fantastic and York Minster looked stunning with the sun on the stones. 36 more words
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My Love Affair With All Things Tree
Ever since I was a child I have liked Yew trees. For me they were intrinsically linked with a ha-ha. When you are a child a name like that intrigues. 468 more words
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This wonderful smiley gargoyle is on St Cuthbert’s Church, Thetford in Norfolk. I really have no idea what he is meant to represent, but he is very cute looking.
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