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Old Chitterne Names 6: Nunnery Corner

A bit of a change this time. Not a track or path but an area of the village on the road to Tilshead called Nunnery Corner. 294 more words


A visit to the place where photography began (and the rest)

Here we are, our holiday almost at an end.  It’s been a super break – and happily the weather’s been very obliging too :)

So here’s what we’ve been up to …. 682 more words

Lacock Abbey Hallway Ceiling

Ceiling of the lower level of Lacock Abbey. This historic area is so interesting and I can’t wait to explore it some more on a future trip. 14 more words


Lacock at War 2015

Funny how things turn out…spotted ages ago that there was going to be a Laock at War day again this year, forgot all about it, decided to pop to Lacock Abbey and…voila! 81 more words

Places To Visit

Lacock Abbey, Fox-Talbot And The First Photographic Negative

I recently had an enjoyable day out in the village of Lacock, Wiltshire. The entire village is owned by the National Trust. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock/

The main attraction is Lacock Abbey, once the home of William Henry Fox-Talbot, the inventor of the first photographic negative. 248 more words


Stable/Garage Area of Lacock Abbey, England

35mm film using Kodak Portra 800. I’m considering converting this to black & white, but I just love the color in this.