070317.Bristol, Two Worlds Apart

March 17, 2007 at 6:38 AM | Posted in Architecture, Bristol, Cathedrals and churches, cemeteries - churchyards - and tombstones, Chisel Marks, Flowers, Gardens & Parks, Monuments and Memorials, people, Sculpture, somerset | 4 Comments

Buttresses are great in so many ways in the Bristol Cathedral Churchyard.
Was traveling by bus on Thursday for 9 and a half hours. Coincidentally, I made it to Bristol, twice… This photo was taken back in early October but it’s just as green now. (It doesn’t matter — these two are probably still reading their romance novels.)


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  1. So peaceful!

    Looks as if that gentleman feels the same.

    Pat’s Photos and
    Guelph Daily Photo

  2. Seeeeeeeeeeeeeee??? Bristol’s not half BAD!!!! ;)xo

    Neat snap BTW!

    Did you feel like a total voyer?

  3. The kids in Bristol are sharp as a pistol, when they do the _______ _____. Lovely landscaping around the catherdral.

  4. I had to Google Washington Cube’s little poem in order to fill in the blanks. I have never heard of the Bristol Stomp!

    This photo makes me smile. I’m not sure why. Perhaps it’s just good.

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