This is a shot of St James’s Church Tower at Cooling, in Kent, England. The Church has long been declared redundant, meaning that regular services of worship are no longer held there, but it’s open to the public daily, and it’s a very nice little church to visit.
In the graveyard next to the church are a number of children’s graves, which prompted Charles Dickens to write about them in his well known novel, Great Expectations
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I’ve had a few people ask me where the header images were taken.
I’ve never listed them, as I’ve always intended to change them at some point to give a new point of view, and something new of interest.
However, the current ones, as of this posting are from left to right:
- Ashley River Pier at Brittlebank Park, North Charleston, SC, USA
- Aylesford Village, Kent, England
- SIgn on the waterfront, behind Front Street, Georgetown, SC, USA
- Me, at the rear of my home in North Charleston, SC, USA
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