Sunday, 26 February 2012

More Faversham





























So many historical buildings. Faversham is a medieval town and one of the Cinque ports like Rye. I took so many photos yesterday it is hard to choose my favourites, hence the fifteen today and ten yesterday! There will be a few more tomorrow-illustrations of shopping by candlelight and other retail delights.

11 comments:

Linda Sue said...

Faversham- why did I never go there??? What a beauty! Thank you for these amazing photos- so cool, indeed!

Jenny Woolf said...

I was so surprised when I visited Faversham and saw how lovely it was. I had imagined it, somehow, to be rather suburban. But everywhere I looked there was something interesting. Your photos remind me of it.

Candace said...

How gorgeous these photos are! I must definitely put Faversham on my to do list for the next visit "over there". I esp love the last photo!
Candace

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

These are fantastic, love the colour of the buildings and the architecture is awesome.

frayedattheedge said...

What a wonderful collection of old buildings!!

Tracy said...

Oooo...loving your reports from Faversham, Sarah--especially this architecture post! Such great variety there... Love that blue building, perfect blue...*sigh*... Thanks for taking us there. :o) Happy Week ((HUGS))

Queenie Believe said...

Beautiful magical place... I love the wee gargoyle with the coat of arms... he's wonderful.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Are you curious about me? said...

What a great post, you have such a great eye.. And a good camera?... My husband comes from one of the Cinque Ports, Brightlingsea, I don't know if you've heard of it, on the East coast..

jabblog said...

Beautiful! I don't remember Faversham though I must have been there many years ago. I didn't know it was one of the Cinque Ports.

Ed Pilolla said...

you spot colors and light very well.

Liz said...

Beautiful pictures! Looks like a really pretty place!