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Saturday, 19 August 2006

Today's sky

Today's Saturday Sky comes to you from Lavenham, Suffolk - looking down the hill in Prentice Street towards the patchwork of fields beyond. It had been raining heavily only a few minutes earlier.

Lavenham is a lovely medieval town famous for its half-timbered buildings and beautiful "wool church", built thanks to the prosperity of local wool merchants.

We enjoyed our visit, and the wonderful lunch we had at Sweetmeats Tea Room, and plan to go back (to both!) again.

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4 Comments:

  • At 20 August, 2006 04:09, Blogger Maureen said…

    Lovely pics...you're weather seems to match ours over here. It was very hot and dry most of the summer, and we finally had rain to green up the place recently.

    I too love watching the sky; photos of our Canadian weather are on my Stale Coffee blog.

     
  • At 20 August, 2006 05:53, Blogger Beverly said…

    oh its precious!

     
  • At 21 August, 2006 08:30, Blogger jmk said…

    Beverly -
    It is a lovely town. Just the sort of place you should take visitors to the UK. Apparently it's our best preserved medieval town. Some of the buildings are so crooked you wonder how they keep standing.

    Maureen -
    Welcome! I've sent you an email. We have some things in common...

     
  • At 21 August, 2006 19:50, Blogger Anne said…

    Beautiful sky - I love fluffy cotton wool cumulus clouds.

     

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