The gazetteer is my personal collection of material treasures. It's a growing map of wonders that I've spent over forty years documenting. The treasures that I list here are not of any monetary value, but far more valuable.
treasure hoard gazetteer
The gazetteer is my personal collection of material treasures. It's a growing map of wonders that I've spent over forty years documenting.
"I share them with the gratitude that, through a strange quirk of career, I’ve had a certain freedom to be able to seek them out and photograph them."
No this really is special - fresh fish from the morning's catch, fresh air and a warm welcome.
The C12th porch at Malmesbury Abbey is like a time portal. The exterior orders depict scenes from creation to ascension including David and Goliath, Samson and the Lion and Noah and the Ark.
Hexham Abbey: this tomb to a Roman standard bearer is around 2000 years old
House for an Art Lover was built in the 1990's to a design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
The yew at Breamore (pronounced Bremmer) is situated alongside the path to the remarkable Anglo Saxon church.
The chestnut bench ends are highly decorated and are said to be of C16th date, re-arranged in the 1850’s.
The whole church is a delight (the hedgehog bakery not far away either). Look closely above the ark carving and you'll see the faint outline of a Gothic script.