Bath Reflections

Bath reflections

It’s opinion time.

I took this photograph during my trip to Bath and have already posted one version of it to my Instagram but as Instagram isn’t really built for multiple images and making comparisons I wanted to get your opinion.

Which one do you prefer?

Go and check out my Instagram to see which version I finally went with.

Bath reflections

 

Best of Bath

Being back in the U.K I had one day to make a trip to a nearby city. As I had been to the neighboring city of Bristol a number of times I thought I would revisit Bath since my last trip they was over ten years ago and I remembered very little of the historical city.

The city of Bath is well know for its Roman Baths and its yellow stone buildings, these can be found almost as soon as you step out of the train station. The city is small and much of it can be enjoyed by walking and that’s what I did. If I had more time I would of liked to walk the six mile walking route that allows views over the city, maybe next time.

My tip for Bath would be once you have seen the Abbey and Roman Baths follow the River Avon until you find The Circus, three rows of terrace houses set out in a circle.

Do you have any suggestions for a trip to Bath?

Best of Bath

Door to the Abbey

Door to the Abbey

Bath, England

Is there still a Thursday door challenge that people are following along with? I remember reading about it a while back but haven’t seen much lately.

Anyway, here is a great door from Bath Abbey.

Even though this is an excellent door situated in the front of the Abbey, visitors enter through a side door to the left, and of course, exit through the gift shop.

High Ceilings

High Ceilings

Bath, England

Now that I have finally been able to get things together after the hectic holiday period, I can start sharing with you my photographs from my trip to England and especially those from the beautifully city of Bath.

Out of the many photographs I took this one inside the Bath cathedral has to be one of my favourites. The low angle shows just how high those ceilings are and what an impressive architectural achievement it is. I would have liked to have the aisle empty but it was a very busy day and was lucky to get it with only a few people at the far end.

What are your thoughts? Any great places in Bath you can suggest?