Death in Eynsham

On my way home from Mass on Sunday I stopped off for a chat with my friend Berndt. As I was in the graveyard, I took a few more minutes to have a wander.

I’d never noticed this one before…

…and I love this cross little cherub.

This grave always me pause ‘gone but not forgotten by his loving Mother’.

There are still plenty of Wasties in Eynsham.

Cornwall 2012 – St Petroc’s, Padstow

St Petroc’s in Padstow is worth the small climb up from the harbour.

The present church was built was built between 1425 and 1450, and there were two previous churches on the site.

As is my wont, I had a wonder round the churchyard…

…and there was lots to see…

…including these beautiful weathered stones, which look like modern sculptures…

…and the precisely angled sundial.

Inside, amongst other things was some beautiful glass. I always love looking at the little villages and cities in the background of paintings and glass.

I also found this St Catherine – patron saint of a good friend.

Mystery Graveyard

Anyone got any idea where this is? I’ve finally managed to unjumbled most of my photos, but I have no idea about this one. A shame as it looks a lovely glade.