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St Giles Church, Buckinghamshire, 2012

This is a small 12th century church tucked away along a small road in South Buckinghamshire just outside London. It is so quiet and incredibly peaceful inside. Like lots of buildings like this, once inside, there is complete silence. Its like being transported to another world almost. I had just finished watching the tv show "The Tudors" and thought I'd check it out and have a look around. Next stop.....Hampton Court Palace!

This is a small 12th century church tucked away along a small road in South Buckinghamshire just outside London. It is so quiet and incredibly peaceful inside. Like lots of buildings like this, once inside, there is complete silence. Its like being transported to another world almost. I had just finished watching the tv show “The Tudors” and thought I’d check it out and have a look around. Next stop…..Hampton Court Palace!

 

This is a small 12th century church tucked away along a small road in South Buckinghamshire just outside London. It is so quiet and incredibly peaceful inside. Like lots of buildings like this, once inside, there is complete silence. Its like being transported to another world almost. I had just finished watching the tv show "The Tudors" and thought I'd check it out and have a look around. Next stop.....Hampton Court Palace!

This is a small 12th century church tucked away along a small road in South Buckinghamshire just outside London. It is so quiet and incredibly peaceful inside. Like lots of buildings like this, once inside, there is complete silence. Its like being transported to another world almost. I had just finished watching the tv show “The Tudors” and thought I’d check it out and have a look around. Next stop…..Hampton Court Palace!

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6 thoughts on “St Giles Church, Buckinghamshire, 2012

  1. Appreciate your comment Sunny! Stained glass windows had lovely colour in them and really contrasted well with the brick and stone all around.

  2. Your photographs are beautiful. I especially love your photos of English countryside…from which my ancestors came. Some of them hopped the pond in mid 1600s. I have been to England three times…and I want to return again. Sheila

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