Much like the Double Abbey on Cameron Land Kelso Abbey Century - Borders Scotland (The tiny village of Kelso was dubbed “the most romantic if not the most beautiful place in Scotland” by novelist and poet Sir Walter Scott)
Medieval Abbey Window, East Sussex, England photo via jayne ** I don't know if this is considered stained glass but I had to pin it! Pretty, don't you think?
excelsior-praeteritum: ENGLISH GOTHIC: Fan vaulting, The chapter house of the Salisbury Cathedral holds England’s Magna Carta. Look for the location of this small building in the photo of the whole abbey complex. Edited photo by me.
Red poppies in the foreground. Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, England in the distance. Grantchester, as seen on Masterpiece PBS
Stow on the Wold This is the most mysterious looking church door that I know! The yew trees must have been planted many many years ago, and are now part of the structure of the north doorway, and give off a green light!
Agnes Harris immigrated to colonial America. Her Harris, Collamore, Hext, Poyntz ancestors from Devon.
Doors The chapel doors will be solid wood, probably oak, with large ornate hinges. Around the door we will plant lots of rambling roses, which will tie in to the theme of the chapel garden, that of a medieval monastic rose garden / walled garden.
All Saints' Church, Staplehurst, Kent, England - Anglican Parish Church in the village of Staplehurst - founded in the century), it was mainly built in the & there there were enlargements into the It's south door dates to
Medieval, Glasgow, Scotland photo via anita ༺ Can You Handle a Twisted Fairy Tale?