Bells | MM 2 – 35


churchyard Sorell (1 of 1)This week is a themed week for the Christmas period.  Bells I thought ‘no trouble” but when you need them none to be found.  Funnily enough we did see some interesting old bells at Port Arthur but did I take a picture noooo…..

graveyard Sorell (1 of 1)On our holiday we travelled through a lot of different country towns.  I started to notice the churches varied in size, shape and materials depending I guess on the wealth of that particular town and the resources available.  I then started to take pictures each place we travelled through if one of the churches struck my interest.

This particular one was taken at Sorell in Tasmania, north-east of Hobart.  It was  a very pretty church with an obviously well tended garden and also had graves in its yard.

If you look very closely there is a bell in its rooftop.

churchbell (1 of 1)

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11 comments

  1. The pic with the roses in front is lovely! Thanks!

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  2. Yes, love the angle of the first photo, with the curling gate in the foreground.

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  3. I’ll have to stop at this delightful chapel in Sorrell now. Shame you didn’t take a photo of the bells at Port Arthur. They are fascinating stacked up on the rack.

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    • They were what I was thinking of when i did this post Ruth lol. They came out dark and grainy so i couldn’t use them but if i had known about the theme then i may have tried harder! The chapel was cute and we’ll loved i think by the lovely garden. 😊

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  4. I esp. love the Church but Petee loves the gravestones..is his ‘thing’ Gorgeous in B & W.

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  5. Love this image! Soo beautiful. 🙂

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