As a follow-up to the photos of the Cathedral’s scissor arches, here are photos from my stroll around Wells:
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A gorgeous array of photos! They make me long for a return trip to England. 🙂
Me too!!!! It’s been way too long since I was in merrie England.
Thank you for the delicious walk through the world as you see it, Janet!
Thanks, Cheryl! There is a signposted walk around the whole town with so many lovely views of the Cathedral. it really was the center of life in the town. The spires are visible from any vantage point.
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