Hailes Abbey, outside the village of Winchcombe in the Cotswolds, was dissolved by Henry VIII on Christmas Eve in 1539 and soon destroyed. This lawn sculpture was created as a millenium project. The stones show the pattern and placement of the light that once fell from the cathedral’s rose window.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted
I photographed this tree on the grounds of the Hailes Abbey ruins in the Cotswolds.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Hope
Weekly Photo Challenge: Path
The Warden’s Way is a public footpath in the Cotswolds, at the village of Guiting Power.