These were all taken in the village of Beverly. At this point I had met up with my Aunt, and so we got to ride over in her convertible. We visited St. Mary’s cathedral and the Minster there. Lewis Carroll attended services at St. Mary’s, so there is a little statue of the White Rabbit on one of the columns inside. It used to be a market town, so there’s a nice square, and we had some lovely pub grub for lunch.
I didn’t take as many pictures when I was at the Winchester Mystery House on Mother’s Day, as I was just there a few months ago and felt like I took plenty then. I did get these three shots in the garden that I think are pretty damn awesome, though, so I’m just throwing these out there.
I really like this picture of the rose. I might even get it printed out and framed; that’s how much I like it.
If you can’t stop and smell the roses, at least photograph them.