Sunday, 20 March 2016

Charterhouse explorations continued

Physical energy, fertility of mind and spiritual creativity all run low even before Holy Week begins, so the blogging rate has slowed.  To keep things going, here are a couple of pictures taken near Epworth on my Day Off on Friday which actually illustrate what I posted nearly five years ago about the important site of the Carthusian Priory from which St Augustine Webster went to his martyrdom.  The top picture looks across into the flat field in which the Priory's large cloister would have been located (part of its moat is also visible) and then, shifting just a fraction to the left, the bottom picture extends to what I take to be that rare thing a pebble-dashed and corrugated-iron roofed listed building.

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