Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Laycock Abbey

I called in at Laycock Abbey yesterday on my way to Bath for the RPS distinctions. I hadn't visited before and only had a short while to look round but here are a few images reminding me of its various roles in history first as a nunnery, then as a family home after the Reformation, the home of William Fox Talbot, inventor of the photographic negative and, finally, as a Harry Potter film location. The autumn trees looked wonderful in the glimpses of sunlight (tree images straight from Fuji with no adjustment!)

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