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Acre Priory

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A priory I hadn't seen before, but I figured out what it was going to be like before we went.
17th Mar 2006, 21:15   | tags:,,,

miss_pretty_pants says:

very moody, indeed. my destructive side wants to go jiggle that wall.

17th Mar 2006, 21:23

Joe says:

blinking christ, that top shot is nothing short of fantastic...

17th Mar 2006, 21:23

mat says:

ta. the light was terrible, so they all needed a bit of adjustment post-shooting. came out OK though. :)

That wall isn't going anywhere, it's been standing over 800 years already. I know, I climbed on it.

17th Mar 2006, 21:28

miss_pretty_pants says:

i wonder what it is about ruins that seems so striking. and if an 800 year old monk wandered by, would he think, "Oh, what's this mess? Somebody should really clean that up."

17th Mar 2006, 21:36

RareAquaticBadger says:

The colours in the first shot are great! It's a pity there wasn't a striking blue sky with moody clouds behind it.

17th Mar 2006, 22:55

bronxelf says:

Oh my that's fantastic. I wanna climb that wall too. :D

17th Mar 2006, 23:24

boet says:

nice one, where is it ?

18th Mar 2006, 06:29

Twiglet says:

Like the bottom one best. When I saw these I though they were Crickson's.

18th Mar 2006, 08:16

goode says:

top shot FTW

18th Mar 2006, 11:15

Sheep says:

The top one looks like you've added a warm blur filter. Definitely my fav.

18th Mar 2006, 11:24

Rich says:

Castle Acre & Priory are definitely some of the coolest old ruins in Norfolk, I reccomend them muchly. And the village is max quaint.

20th Mar 2006, 11:30