Finale of Cotswold Way: Bath, Stonehenge, Avebury Stones, Silbury Hill, Castle Combe, Salisbury and Cardiff

King’s and Queen’s Baths

Bath Abbey, with the angels going up ladders along its front wall

Stonehenge

The Avebury Stones, even older than Stonehenge

A rose placed on an Avebury Stone

bridge at Castle Combe

Castle Combe

churchyard at Castle Combe

market at Salisbury

the cloisters at the exquisite Salisbury Cathedral

grim face on Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral and its beautiful baptismal font

darkening at Salisbury Cathedral

chapel in St John the Baptist Church, Cardiff (the oldest church, pre-medieval, in the city)

another view inside the St John the Baptist Church in Cardiff, so understated, under-visited, and beautiful

Cardiff Castle, an amalgamation of styles

gorgeous hall, Cardiff Castle

ceiling, Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle keep and moat

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About sputnitsa

Born in the US, I grew up in Africa and the West Indies, and returned stateside in my teens. After a decade in international development, democracy work, and inclusivity training for domestic NGOs, I joined Peace Corps, and after a year, experienced my first Russian invasion. I followed that up by volunteering with refugees and youth, and after some vacation time climbing minarets and mountains, I returned to New York City, where today I work on social justice with college students, produce short films, and write.
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