As many of you know I attempt every ‘Square Challenge‘ to create a participants collation, sometimes weekly but usually not! And June was a certainly a ‘not weekly month’ as I only managed two collections of all the incredible entries, the last being over a month ago when I also shared the wonky insect house.
I had a cunning plan for my final Wintonian roof, but I’ve been so busy I didn’t get myself organised. So instead today, the final day of #RoofSquares, I have travelled back in time (well only 19 days) to Fort Nelson, 15miles south east of Winchester. This is a fascinating museum, which at the time of (and reason for) our visit a few weeks ago was hosting ‘Wave’, but that’s another glorious photo-story for another day.
Today I want to focus on the wonderful natural rooves of this Victorian fort. They really are rather splendid, and on the day of our visit a perfect backdrop for the ‘Wave’. And I hope a rather lovely way to wave goodbye to this month’s Square Challenge.
After two days of church roofs you may, understandably, have thought this was a third.
However it isn’t a church. It is a memorial at the top of a hill, known as Farley Mount, on the outskirts of Winchester, and you may be surprised to learn who is buried here. The inscription reads; Continue reading