Thursday Evening in the Close

Cathedral Close, Exeter after a light meal at Cote, my current favourite brasserie. We crossed towards the cathedral, just because, and had a peep at this view.

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Then turned along the green.

cl2The lovely building on the left is Mols Coffee House, dated 1596.

cl3We were heading back to the car, but I lingered long enough for some pics in the early evening light.

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Then over the cobbles and away home.

cl7With the Royal Clarence Hotel, supposedly the oldest hotel in England,ย in the background.

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12 thoughts on “Thursday Evening in the Close

  1. What a lovely walk to your car. You have captured the light perfectly in your first three shots. Reminded me a lot of dear old Ludlow with the green near the cathedral.

  2. I love evening walks – Exeter looks lovely. My eldest daughter is involved with Exeter City Futures, so I’m taking an interest in the town. Also some of my fathers relatives way back in the 1800’s lived in Exeter, I feel a link.

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