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photoblog image Eyam Parish Church 6/7

Eyam Parish Church 6/7

Back outside the church of St.Lawrence at Eyam, at the other side of the churchyard from where we entered on Monday, looking back at this lovely old church, which really has seen a lot of history, and some of the very impressive graves in this side of the churchyard.

Eyam Parish Church 6/7

Back outside the church of St.Lawrence at Eyam, at the other side of the churchyard from where we entered on Monday, looking back at this lovely old church, which really has seen a lot of history, and some of the very impressive graves in this side of the churchyard.

comments (11)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 11 Apr 2015, 06:16
Very green & agreeable isn't it
Brian Walbey: It certainly is Chris, June is a good month to go away whilst everywhere is still nice and green.
I like how your treatment brings out such detail!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Elizabeth, I did give this shot a touch of Topaz Adjust.
Some important locals buried here by the look of it Brian.
Brian Walbey: I guess so Bill, those graves would have cost quite a bit when they were made I would think.
I absolutely love the church
Brian Walbey: It is a very fine building, so traditionally English in shape.
So beautifully framed in the trees Brian!
Brian Walbey: I took a couple the other side of the trees but preferred this one with the framing.
I like this view of it with the trees Brian
Brian Walbey: I took a couple the other side of the trees but preferred this one with the framing.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 11 Apr 2015, 10:16
This is a beautiful picture. I love the green and the tombstones and church.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Astrid, and by now, after all your visits over here, you will realise that this church is very much in a traditional English style.
I would love to have a stroll there.
Brian Walbey: Just as I would love to have a stroll on PEI.Mary, it looks such a lovely place, without the snow of course.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 11 Apr 2015, 13:05
Oh Dear!


That bloddy tin roof should be sold for scrap, Brian.
Brian Walbey: It's not Tin Ray, it's Lead, and sadly two churches we went to in that weeks holiday had had thieves in overnight stripping the Lead to sell on to dodgy scrap dealers, it is a big problem over here at the moment.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 11 Apr 2015, 16:53
This must be the grave of an honourable person! A lovely, old churchyard. I miss only the flag on the tower.
Brian Walbey: I guess it would be the grave of some person with more money than the average villager to have a grave like that.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 11 Apr 2015, 17:43
Nicely edited, Brian. The church is very impressive from this angle.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan, it was the chance to frame it in this way that I liked.

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