Monday, October 20, 2014
Autumn Exploring to Penallt Old Church
We went on an autumnal walk from Redbrook to the tiny Penallt Old Church, a 13th Century Grade 1 listed building that turned out to be much more interesting that I first thought.
We walked in and someone had made these wonderful harvest festival displays of colourful fruit and flowers on every window ledge. Rainbows of apples, pears, berries, chinese lanterns, courgettes, sheaves of wheat, gourds and pots of the last autumn flowers.
Trying to get a picture of this treehouse in someones garden on the way up.
Looking up the Wye river from the old railway crossing at Redbrook.