Monday, 28 September 2009

Underneath The Arches

This is St Mary and Corpus Christi Church in Down Hatherley, a little village somewhere between Cheltenham and Gloucester. The site of the church dates from around the 15th century but the main church building is from 1859.

That is it really, just look at the pretty little church!

8 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Super capture!

Leeds daily photo said...

Nicely framed. I love these old little churches, often in the middle of nowhere.

Babzy said...

yes very pretty and the frame too !

Clueless in Boston said...

Nicely framed churchyard. And I spy a little white (Scottie?) patiently waiting. Is he yours?

Leif Hagen said...

Heavenly photo of a wonderful small church and cemetery! People are dying to get in there!

Eamon said...

And a wonderfully sharp image too. Nicely done - I'd be proud of this one!

Tricia said...

I would love to travel & explore the countryside there - All the old churches, buildings, & just all the history - I'd LOVE it!

Virginia said...

Now this is textbook composition. Bravo for this wonderful photo Marley.
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