#time square

This photo was going to be my Wordless Wednesday, but I realised how it marked the passing of time.

20181122_153726 (002)When I was in my teens, I remember the archaeological dig in front of the cathedral, but I didn’t realise the significance of the Roman baths they exposed and then covered over. Now I wish I’d taken more notice. A few years ago, the city made a bid for lottery funding to open up the baths, but it failed, so I don’t suppose I’ll get to see them.

Becky has glowing square sunsets today!

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7 thoughts on “#time square

    1. They usually do it because they haven’t got the funds to preserve them properly, but how do they know that by reburying them they are preserving them appropriately?

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