The Coming Week – a Trip to Ely

I took a lot of photographs yesterday during our trip to Ely. If we’d got up earlier, and if we hadn’t been been slowed down by my elderly bladder and the poor navigation of one who shall remain nameless I would have taken more.

In the coming week you can therefore expect a helping of Cromwellian politics, a discourse on the evils of Ely, photographs of stone faces, a description of domestic disharmony due to the distaff side’s inability to read a map, a picture of Prince Albert and his piercing look, a visit to the Stained Glass Museum and some suggestions on how the Church could finance the £6,000 a day it takes to keep the Cathedral open.

Here are some photographs to give you some idea of what is coming up.

14 thoughts on “The Coming Week – a Trip to Ely

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  2. Laurie Graves

    I’m sure you take such splendors for granted, but I’m still in awe that you have these marvels within driving distance.

    1. quercuscommunity

      Yes, we have loads of old ecclesiastical buildings and stuff littering the place up. I don’t bother with the smaller ones, just leave them to see if they will grow into cathedrals. 🙂

      1. Laurie Graves

        Well, do take pictures if those smaller ones grow into cathedrals. That would be something to see! 😉

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