Saturday, 19 May 2012

Wiltshire Wanderings - photo roundup

Our hotel in Salisbury was originally a 13th Century nunnery.
 The Legacy Rose and Crown, inside and out.



Corsham village green and cricket pitch. Against the cold, grey sky, the cherry blossom provides a cheerful note of colour.

The almshouses, built in 1668 for six "deserving poor" and a schoolroom for ten poor scholars. The houses are still lived in today.

This mighty tree in the gardens of Corsham Court is one of the largest trees in Europe.
 [Photographed especially for Seyda. x]

and finally, a peacock in his full glory ....

1 comment:

  1. Sending my respect to my favorite old tree that
    I wanted to hug closely!