Photographer's Note

This town's name offers so many opportunities for original photo titles and yet I am using such a simple one.
To be entirely clear, for those who know in England only London: there is a lovely town in England called Bath. Its name refers back to old Roman Baths, which you can still admire there if you, unlike myself, book your visit well in advance. In fact, I don't recall my wife ever being so disappointed in me, judging by her face expression, as when she realized I didn't book the visit to the Bath's Baths in advance. In addition to it, the entrance to the Bath Abbey was only in a short time range and the line was longer than the lines I remember to get toilet paper at the beginning of the Covid pandemic. So I didn't see the Roman Baths and I didn't see the Bath Abbey's interior neither...
The weather forecast was suggesting a lovely weather day, but it was not the case. I will actually show few photos which contradict it, but they were taken in very brief moments when the sun appeared from between dense clouds.
This photo presents the facade of the Bath Abbey. On the right side you see the entrance to the Roman Baths. The Abbey is often photographed with the green pool of the Roman Baths in the foreground. The pool is visible only if you buy a ticket and enter the complex, but the number of visitors was still very much limited in August.

Ironically, I showed you previously just the interior of the Bristol Cathedral, because the photos of the exterior were terrible due to bad weather. Here I will just show the exterior but I haven't actually seen the interior at all.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6983 W: 105 N: 18259] (70410)
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