Thank you very much Bernd. You are added to my favorite photographers also. I will take a leisurely look at your gallery after the weekend.
Best wishes, Rosa.
...after the weekend :-))) so things turns, I have to work and you will do leisurely things... each as he deserves -)) Have a nice weekend. We will have guests tonight.
Ha,ha...so it must be you keeping the economy going ;))
Enjoy your evening. Regards, Rosa.
Thanks for posting that photo.
As it happens, on 6 Nov 1738 my great grandfather and grandmother (x5) Thomas Scammell and Euphemia Ballantyne were married in the church. Many offspring through some seven or eight generations have resulted.
I have not been to the village, so your photo was just great to catch up with.
Hello Jim, what a wonderful story, that's a long way back! The church sits on a high hill in the village, looking out over the very lush countryside around it. It also has a beautiful lychgate where as a child in 1963 we sheltered from the snow when I was bridesmaid there.
Best wishes to you in Adelaide. Rosa.
Hello again Rosa,
I believe the church was rebuilt in 1851 for some reason. Having noticed that you posted a photo of your father's from the 1960's, I suppose there's a reasonable chance that you've got a sketch of the original church drawn by one of his distant forbears. Chance would be a fine thing.
Well, have a great winter. We're having a few stinker heat waves down here, and they're likely to come and go all the way through to March. How does 44C sound?
Hi Jim, I can't find any information as to why it was rebuilt in 1851. Maybe it was unstable but that would not be quite unusual on that ground. Well that would be great to have a sketch of the original but unfortunately we don't Jim, sorry! I have heard about your high temperatures, it must be very uncomfortable. I'll try to send some of our rain! It is actually a very mild winter here...so far!!
All the best, Rosa.
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Photo taken in Melbury Abbas, Dorset, UK
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