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photoblog image St.George's Church and Priory, Dunster 2/7

St.George's Church and Priory, Dunster 2/7

Now you can see why I said yesterday that it is difficult to get a full length shot of the church at Dunster. This bend in the road is very tight and traffic is controlled by traffic lights allowing traffic to travel only one way at a time. I managed to nip into the road and grab this shot between traffic streams.

St.George's Church and Priory, Dunster 2/7

Now you can see why I said yesterday that it is difficult to get a full length shot of the church at Dunster. This bend in the road is very tight and traffic is controlled by traffic lights allowing traffic to travel only one way at a time. I managed to nip into the road and grab this shot between traffic streams.

comments (14)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 26 Jun 2012, 01:08
The risks we take for our Art....
Brian Walbey: Indeed we do Ray, but I don't have to get near big lizards and so on like you do.
I love the texture of the old stone on this magnificent church Brian... nicely framed Mate....petersmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Peter, is is lovely stone isn't it.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 26 Jun 2012, 06:34
It's a fine looking building Brian: I don't think I've ever been inside
Brian Walbey: Well worth a look inside Chris if you go that way again.
Like Chris although I have been to Dunster a number of times I don't think I have ever explored this church
Brian Walbey: Well worth a look Bill, or see the inside here tomorrow and save the petrol money smile
I am not fond of those square towers myself, I rather have a triangles one
Brian Walbey: I quite like this one, it is fairly unusual in shape compared with most English churches.
I like the old stonework Brian and the bridge? is an interesting feature smile
Brian Walbey: Yes I don't know th4e story behind the bridge type arch, but it is interesting.
Well done Brian. Where there's a will there's a way
Brian Walbey: I made pretty certain nothing was coming Janet, it is a very busy little village.
  • Pedroeric
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Jun 2012, 14:56
Your doing a grand job to show it Brian even taking life and limb to get it.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Peter, I made sure the road was clear.
You wouldn't traffic was a potential hazard judging from this, very picturesque Brian.
Brian Walbey: It is a blind right hand bend just off that side of the picture Fred.
Taking your life in your hands, eh?
Brian Walbey: I kept a wary eye on the traffic lights Tom.
This is a very nice looking church Brian. You did quite well with the traffic!
Brian Walbey: Yes it looks good from this angle Richard.
A good shot Brian, the archway almost looks like an old bridge.
Brian Walbey: Thanks John. I find that old bridge looking arch quite intriguing.
I remember the difficulty you mention, Brian. You've done well here.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Graeme, a case of keeping my eye on the traffic lights.
Brian, your patience has paid off, you did a good job ... Nice building and good photo!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Eduardo.

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