Driving around Dartmoor this evening, I spotted this Devon village green. It’s typical of the sort of place you find on the moor, with it’s Saxon stone cross. It looks as if nothing has changed for centuries, but apparently the cross was found in a barn and moved to the green in1985. It’s early Christian and has X’s and O’s engraved on it.
This is for Paula’s black and white Sunday typical theme, she has a dreamy image of Venice this week.
8 thoughts on “Black and white Sunday, typical”
A lovely peaceful photo on a winter morning when I’ll soon have to enter the chill. With the added touch of Gilly information.
Nice one, Gilly!
Imagine finding such a treasure in a barn! Incredible.
it looks as if it has always been there. A lovely photo 🙂
Yes, I like Gilly information too 🙂 Excellent shot!
Like the timelessness of the scene, conjures up images of Saxons and Angles roaming about….
Pretty typical of a lot of my Yorkshire village greens too 🙂 🙂