Wednesday 17 February, 2016 by Uncle Spike
Category: Europe, Wordless Wednesday
| Tags: all saints church, architecture, black & white, church, england, fulham, london, monochromatic, photography, POSTADAY, uk, wordless wednesday
One of my local churches where I often go for a wander around. Great shot.
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Lovely – a local angle 🙂
One thing I loved about England was not only visiting the old castle so rich in history but the churches also…I wonder what century this church belongs…is that a graveyard I see next to the church..? Nice Photo ..
Try this for size…. 🙂
You know I was thinking as I was looking at it….I had a feeling I had been there..I’m sure I visited this church…
And this bit especially….
Wow!!! Fantastic…incredible how old …I was looking at the painting of the all saints church in the background of the Sharp family sitting….it bought a smile to my face my great grandfather was a sharp I wonder if there related !!’ :)))
They’re…tutt tutt spelling error!!
The power of the blog comment section; I could’ve edited that, but love the honesty their, oops, there.
Ha ha 😂
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