061004.Bath, Church of the Holy Trinity

October 17, 2006 at 8:04 PM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Cathedrals and churches, Chisel Marks, Light and Shadow, somerset, spiderweb, Stained Glass | 6 Comments

A colourful spiderweb hiding near a tiny window up high in the porch of the Church of the Holy Trinity, just off of Queen’s Sq. I’ve taken pictures of three spiderwebs so far. They only come out if a) it’s raining or b) has recently rained, or c) they’re near coloured glass.

060928.20.Bath.Queen’sSq.Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.NarthexPorch

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