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Langford in the Snow December 23, 2009

Posted by Phil Groom in Photos.
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St Andrew’s Church, Langford

St Andrew’s Churchyard, Langford

Phil’s Snowman in the Vicarage Garden, Langford


1. Áine - December 23, 2009

lovely photos phil.

Phil Groom - December 23, 2009

Thanks Áine, and thanks for dropping by 🙂

2. David Marriott - December 23, 2009

Awesome photos, sir. I took some of our church in the snow, found one I liked, put it up on our website, and turns out the vicar doesn’t like it “because of the rust stains on the side of the building make the church look bad”.

Ah well. Can’t win ’em all.

Phil Groom - December 23, 2009

Thanks David.

Maybe you should tell your vicar that the bloodstains on the cross make Jesus look bad? Or has your church got one of those clinically cleaned-up crosses that could never be mistaken for an instrument of torture?

Bring on the fairy lights: forget the crown of thorns!

Bah, humbug!!

3. David Marriott - December 24, 2009

Our cross doesn’t look very torturous, at worst, a little splinter-y. Although, amusingly enough, we did have to recently have a Health and Safety check on it, as it was ‘suspended dangerously’ or some such. I think a sketch about the Health & Safety implications of Jesus’ last few hours is due to be written…

4. Lish Eves - January 13, 2010

Thanks, Phil. Beautiful as you say….we have had quite enough of beauty up here and are fervently hoping for great rain storms this weekend!! [If they actually used the council tax to grit and clear it might have been different)…

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