For what seems like forever there’s been scaffolding around the tower of St Mary Steps church in Exeter, and it’s finally been removed to reveal the restored clock. The church is 12th century and sited near where there was once the old West Gate to the city.You may have seen the photo of the clock yesterday, but todays post is for Paula who is sharing the very grand Rosslyn chapel in Scotland for her Black and White Sunday Challenge.
5 thoughts on “Traces of the past”
Who finances restoration in your part of the world? The age of this one makes Bodalla’s late19th church seem very modern!
Ah, nice one, Gilly
Looks lovely in B&W, Gilly. Glad the restoration is complete. Scaffolding is never a good look. 🙂
What a beautiful black and white conversion this is! Lovely contrasts on that gorgeous tower. Thank you very much, Gilly!
If only the clock could talk and tell hundreds of years worth of stories, what it has witnessed.