Abbey Gateway

Autumn colours in St Albans — Travel with Intent

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Beautiful colours, fall is over but almost all of us wish it would continue for months and months.

– Copyright Debbie Smyth, 18 November 2018

via Autumn colours in St Albans — Travel with Intent

The Abbey Gateway, St Albans was built in 1365 and is the last remaining building of the Benedictine Monastery at St Albans, Hertfordshire.

I found these photos by ‘Travel with Intent‘ so pretty that I just had to share it with all of you. I love old and new buildings just like this one, and if we talk about the seasons, then Autumn is definitely my favourite, closely followed by Spring. The colours, it is all about the colours and the architecture.

Abbey Gateway
’14th century gatehouse to St Albans Abbey, restored in the 17th century when the tiled roof was added.’

This is another one but by Ian Capper.

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