Not the shot I wanted to give you for today’s image, but I’m still working on that, so, for now I give you the exteria of St Mary’s at Little Easton…more should, hopefully, follow tomorrow!
This is a very photographic church, especially when you take in all its surrounding landscape. The stormy clouds of this afternoon certainly helped give a mood to the image.
The church is in Beauchamp Roding which has a population of just 180 people so no surprise that that share their Rector with three other churches.
I last visited this church a couple of years ago during my last 365 project so I thought I’d see what, if any, changes had happened since my last visit.
I arrived shortly before sunset and as I walked from the car towards the church I could hear music playing and assumed it must be someone playing the organ. As I got closer I realised it was someone playing the clarinet…it was really very pleasant.
Wow, it’s been almost a week since I last posted, sorry about that – don’t forget – I post every day on my 366 project.
Today’s picture is of the entrance to the Norman Church at Elsenham – St Mary’s.
Looking from the east end of the Cathedral, effectively at the rear of the altar you can see right down the Cathedral to the West Tower and main entrance. A quite magnificent view, but the word “opulent” sticks in my mind – can that be right?