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Gaps In Bath

by on Jul.19, 2005, under Photos

Inspired by Stuart’s recent photographic spree, and then in turn by AK’s spoof, I’ve finally taken some pictures of the thing I walk past every day, and always mean to photograph.

Full size versions here.

I love these steps that disappear up alleyways on Walcot St.

And I love these ones too. There’s one more set to get today.

Then there’s this peculiar alcove that seems to have no reason to exist, but grows the most beautiful weeds.

And finally, there’s my favourite building – this mysteriously shaped and placed… thing, on Margaret’s Hill, just before my road.

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    […] Since moving into Bath I’ve never taken it for granted. I walk the ten minutes into town most days, and never fail to enjoy the architecture, the peculiar alcoves and stone passageways that mysteriously cut narrow ways through the walls, and the fantastic skyline of spires and steeples against whatever colour the sky may be that day. However, true to form, I have been here two years and entirely ignored whatever may lay behind me. […]