Once Works Well was pure technology. Now it seeks merely to divert.
Pansy subjects - Verse! Opera! Domestic trivia! - are now commonplace.
The 300-word limit for posts is retained. The ego is enlarged

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

An architectural valediction

Another couple of guests, another visit to the four-star church at Pershore. This is the one with the speaking lavatory already referred to and now photographed (above). However, perhaps it’s un-Christian of me to publicise it solely in this way, so here’s another photo (below) without the lavatory.

Works Well will be inarticulate for two weeks now. Blessings to everyone in my extended, good-humoured, surprising and supportive blogo-family.

9 comments:

Relucent Reader said...

Holiday, I hope; not an enforced silence. If it is a vacation, enjoy; if not, get back soon, please.
Speaking of, RR and Missus will be Over There next month, a box tour.....not quite of the 'if this is Tuesday, this must be Dorking' ilk, but close enough

Julia said...

Enjoy and looking forward to seeing you back soon!

marja-leena said...

Have a nice break from the blogosphere but don't forget to bring back the stories for us all!

European churches sure have character and beauty...

Rouchswalwe said...

As the young ones here fondly say in such an instance, "see you on the flip side."

Barrett Bonden said...

RR: Same villa in Languedoc, same time of year, same group of people. Any way I can help with, or add to, your hols?

Julia: Am about to download the novel to the ebook reader. But I'm taking other books as well.

M-L: The church covers a parish of perhaps 4000 souls. Yet it is only half the building it was. They had money then.

RW (zS): I'm glad you explained that one to me.

The Crow said...

Enjoy, BB!

Avus said...

Pilgrimage to a lavatory....something different.

Lucy said...

Have a fine trip - or hope you had one now. Hay looked grand. Do you know we have the 3rd European city of books at Becherel near here? I didn't either, and have never been. The 2nd is apparently somewhere in Belgium.

Relucent Reader said...

Would like to meet and have that drink with you, though logisitics look iffy.That would be a high point for me.
As far as I can tell, the closest we will be to Herefordshire (you are in H'shire?) is Stratford Upon Avon. I can send our itinerary via email, rather than nailing it on the bulletin board here.Here is my email address : besiegerofcities (at)gmail(dot)com.