October 23rd, 2017

A walk around Bath and a visit to Bath Abbey.

Shabi the cat
Pulteney Weir, River Avon, Bath
Pulteney Weir, River Avon, Bath, with the
colonnade facade of the Grand Parade behind.
Pulteney Radial Gate, 1972.
River Avon, Bath.
Fudge Kitchen, Bath.
Over 90 flavours at the Fudge Kitchen, Bath.
In shop demonstration at the
Fudge Kitchen, Bath.
Pulteney Bridge shops.
The Royal Crescent, Bath
Designed by the architect
John Wood, the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774.
Gillian with a bag full of fudge at the Circus, Bath
Royal Victoria Park Gates, Bath
Recreation Ground, Bath.
Stadium can hold up to 14,500 people.
Frieze of carved wooden angels, Bath Abbey
Fan vaulted ceiling,
Bath Abbey.
Fan vaulted ceiling, Bath Abbey
Ceiling boss.
Bath Abbey.
Stained glass windows, Bath Abbey
Stained glass windows, Bath Abbey
Wall memorials,
Bath Abbey
Alabaster tomb of James Montague, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1618.
Bath Abbey
Altar frontal and reredos,
Bath Abbey
Bath Abbey
Fan vaulted ceiling, Bath Abbey
Fan vaulted ceiling, Bath Abbey
Fan vaulted ceiling, Bath Abbey
Quire stall carvings,
Bath Abbey
Quire stall carvings,
Bath Abbey
Quire stall carvings,
Bath Abbey
The tomb of Lady Jane Waller,
Bath Abbey.
Wall monuments
Bath Abbey
Butterfly mobile,
Bath Abbey
Ornatly carved quire stalls,
Bath Abbey
Fan vaulted ceiling,
Bath Abbey
The organ,
Bath Abbey
The tomb of Lady Jane Waller, Bath Abbey.
Chandelier,
Bath Abbey
Wall monument,
Bath Abbey
The pulpit,
Bath Abbey
Bath Abbey
The lectern,
Bath Abbey
Headstone
Bath Abbey
Carved pew end,
Bath Abbey
Altar frontal and reredos,
Bath Abbey
Alabaster tomb of James Montague, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1618.
Bath Abbey
The font
Bath Abbey

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