Eccentric looks at life including the thoughts of a retired working thinker.
22 April 2013
This week's photograph is of Lydd Church in Kent. It is a large church — it not know as "the cathedral of the marshes" for nothing. (That's the Romney Marsh, by the way.) There has been a church on this site for 1000 years or more — there is a piece of Saxon wall in the NW corner of the nave which has only relatively recently been recognised as such. This is a panoramic joiner image of the south side of the church taken in August 2007.
Click the image for larger views on Flickr Lydd Church, Southern Aspect August 2007