The gates

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Comments (7)

♫ Swissmay on December 17, 2008

A view out of a story, Amelia! A photo with a lot of expression, a bit scary like the mood around the yew. It must belong to the same grounds, I think it's the church we see just a glimpse of. I hope to pass in this region on one of my next visits in the UK.

May

Amelia Royan on December 17, 2008

Hello May, Thanks for your viewpoint. It's so interesting to read comments like this. In fact the whole site is innocuous, or at least I thought it was until I read what you said! Perhaps I might be inclined to visit the church grounds again on a moody day to see what I find! It's only a walk up the road.

Greetings, Amelia

Nick Weall on December 18, 2008

wonderful old gates ~ marvellous twisty old trunk ~ is it Yew Suisse May says yes and she ought to know ~ I'm not so sure ~ but of course ~ the Yew and churchyards go together hand in glove ~ mystery lies up the path

Nick Weall on December 18, 2008

thanks Mira and I look forward to following the story

Amelia Royan on December 18, 2008

The story is appearing gradually **Mira and Nick.

By the way Mira the distribution of moss, which you so carefully noticed, is because of the orientation of the lychgate.

Amelia Royan on December 18, 2008

The photos should be there now Mira, but maybe they're floating in the ether.

Greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on January 18, 2009

You are right Domi, it is an ancient gate leading to the church in the village. Thank you again for this gracious comment. The words sound much more beautiful in French.

Merci a vous.

Greetings to France, Amelia

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  • Uploaded on December 17, 2008
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    by Amelia Royan
    • Camera: SONY DSC-W90
    • Taken on 2008/12/17 10:51:34
    • Exposure: 0.025s (1/40)
    • Focal Length: 5.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO125
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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