vrijdag 1 februari 2013

The fence near the front of the Royal Crescent

The Royal Cresent in Bath England is known for it 30 terraced houses build between 1767 and 1774 by John Wood the Younger. The green in front has a fierce fence. If this was always the case I don't know but it looks pretty old. I visited this on a holiday in 2010.
One for friday fences here.

12 opmerkingen:

  1. A sight we're familiar with from the Jane Austen tim Persuasion, although I'd never noticed the fence before.

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  2. Such an enormous structure. This is 18th-century complex buildig?

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  3. It looks like a fence designed, by its sharp points, to keep people off the grass!

    Whacking the Fence

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  4. I was there that same year in the summer! Blast it, though! I lost most of my photographs due to a botched data transfer. Oh well. Makes me appreciate the photos others have taken all the more. :-)

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  5. I was there too but over twenty years ago and I also lost my photos so this is a real treat.

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  6. wow! the winding fence and curving buildings make for a great photo!

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  7. awesome view. love those clouds. i hope to make it overseas one day. ( :

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  8. Incredible buildings! The fence is wonderful too. My husband visited there many years ago but I've never been.

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  9. Great photo of classic English architecture. Bath is actually one of my favourite cities in England. You have captured the gentle curve forms well.

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  10. A great photo. You have captured the Crescent perfectly. Pity the ambience is marred by cars and the fence.

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