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Thursday, 17 June 2010
How's this for a bit of atmosphere
A fifteenth century Seven Sacrament font in Ham stone, sandstone recesses with thirteenth and fourteenth century effigies of the Ralegh family, a late medieval waggon roof, a patchwork of old flooring and a late seventeenth century tablet with reclining putti. Does it get any better than this, does it? This atmospheric interior is the south aisle at Nettlecombe in Somerset.