16 April 2018

A lovely stay in Compton Bishop, in beautiful Somerset

The second day of our trip my camera gave up the ghost as the on/off switch decided it had worked too hard over the years, so my photos are thin on the ground this trip (and some would say "thank goodness for small mercies!").....

The cottage we stayed in, called 'Crooks', (Dad would have said "That's appropriate!"), is at the foot of Crook's Peak, the highest peak in the Mendips....






The view from the back door .....


The road to Crook Peak ... Brent Knoll in the distance...





When I can download the rest of the photos from my SD card, there will be a few more for me to put on here, but these following photos are from a borrowed camera ....

Looking to Crook Peak.....







Winscombe, the views from the hill above the church....



Wells, at the Bishop's Palace....






The Millennium stone near the moat of the Bishops Palace marking the mileage to my beloved Glastonbury....





From Crook Peak.....


3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

For having no camera you certainly take great photos! Somerset is truly beautiful and Compton Bishop is no exception. I would be happy to live there. Especially as the locals speak English, I hear from foreigners that Swedish is such a difficult language..
Just gorgeous photos Cindy!

xxx Arne

21 April 2018 at 21:38:00 BST

 
Blogger Sage said...

you got such good pics even if there were camera problems. The moat looks so interesting. looks like it was a good place for a relaxing vacation even with all the problems

7 May 2018 at 03:24:00 BST

 
Blogger Bianca H. said...

great pictures !

9 June 2018 at 08:08:00 BST

 

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