365 Project – Day 364

Old Cottage, Weston Village. I’ve been meaning to take a picture of this cottage for some time and have been waiting for a nice bright day to do it. I don’t know the history of the cottage but it looks old and cosy and is almost Hobbit like in the way that it grows out…

365 Project – Day 363

Tree. This tree that I saw this afternoon in Weston Park appealed to me because its stark image against a clear blue sky on another very cold day really summed up winter for me. And I think it works really well in black and white. 30 December 2014

365 Project – Day 352

You Have Been Warned. At the far end of Weston there is a bridge taking a stream under the road; these days it is little more than a culvert. The owner of the adjacent property has kept this old sign on the wall beside the bridge and I love it. Today everything is very precise…

365 Project – Day 350

Where we walk. Another photo showing one of the places we walk. This shows the path across the fields at the top of the hill above Weston village. From just beyond the ridge are some of the most amazing views across the whole of the city of Bath. As you can see at this time…

365 Project – Day 344

Saint Michael’s Church, Weston. Wherever I go I like to visit local churches, specially if they are interesting or beautiful. I’m a Godless Heathen so I don’t go to worship but because I find them spiritual places, often with peace and quiet. If I’m lucky enough to hear a choir singing or an organ playing…

365 Project – Day 295

Cotswold Way. The Cotswold Way is an English long distance path that runs for 102 miles (164 Km) along the escarpment of the Cotswold Hills linking Bath and Chipping Campden. Some people walk it from Bath to have the benefit of a following wind whilst others do it the opposite way so that they finish…