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photoblog image St Andrew's Church Droitwich

St Andrew's Church Droitwich

A good example of downpipeage and a couple of fine pots. 

St Andrew's Church Droitwich

A good example of downpipeage and a couple of fine pots. 

comments (11)

looking really solid, Bill, all those massive blocks
Bill Phillips: They built to last Ayush
i've been there with a dear friend but i missed this shot... great composition Bill....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Funnily enough so have I smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 28 Dec 2014, 02:59
Nice bit of moss and stuff, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Bit of lichen always looks good
Many details to look at Bill! Very nice composition.
Bill Phillips: Part of the church I normally walk past without taking any notice Richard
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 28 Dec 2014, 07:17
Oh, you didn't show me these fine pots, capturing the plenty of rain in Droitwich, too?
Bill Phillips: I didn't notice they were there until yesterday Philine grin
  • Chris
  • England
  • 28 Dec 2014, 07:28
I cannot argue with that description
Bill Phillips: Makes a change
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 28 Dec 2014, 08:10
It's interesting to see how the rare sunny day stops the moss on the side of the stonework facing where the sun could be. I'm in awe of the builders from that period.
Bill Phillips: They built some amazing buildings
I like this shot very much because of the small range of colour.
Bill Phillips: I took all the colour out apart from the green and yellow
They all have these little corners don't they
Bill Phillips: They certainly do Janet
Some fine downpipeage and pottage Bill, and is the building as old as it appears to look going by the condition of the stonework?
Some fine downpipeage and pottage Bill, and is the building as old as it appears to look going by the condition of the stonework?
Bill Phillips: Parts of it , the tower Chancel and Knave Dte back to the early 13th Century but there was a fire at the end of the 13th Century and much of the church was rebuilt in the 14th Century. The tower had to be demolished in the 1920s as brine extraction had caused subsidence and it was in danger of collapse

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