Saturday, January 19, 2008

Hamming it up in Somerset - part 5

All Saints, Kingweston
Originally uploaded by ChurchCrawler
Usually I take passable snaps, sometimes blurred or sloping pictures, and occasionally good pictures. Occasionally I think a picture is stunning, and I know not quite what I did differently! This if I say so myself is a stunner!
was rebuilt in 1855 by C E Giles, and he has produced an ornate design of nave and chancel, with a dominant elegant south porch steeple, starting square and turning octagonal. Truly my "find of the day". It is all the more surprising to discover under this tower, a large C12 Norman doorway.

1 comment:

  1. it certainly stopped me in my scrolling tracks