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Oilseed rape crop in flower with Vicarage Grove in the background.
Oilseed rape crop in flower with Vicarage...
Slow worm on Church Farm Marshes
Slow worm on Church Farm Marshes
Young slow worm
Young slow worm
Slow Worm at Church Farm, Thorington
Slow Worm at Church Farm, Thorington
Butterfly on birdbox
Butterfly on birdbox
Red Admiral butterfly on buddlea
Red Admiral butterfly on buddlea
Christmas trees in Wenhaston Church
Christmas trees in Wenhaston Church
An early morning spiders web in the middle of Wenhaston
An early morning spiders web in the middle...
An early morning spider´s web in the middle of Wenhaston.
An early morning spider´s web in the...
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
Rabbits at Birds Folly, Halesworth
A close up picture of a large Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) in Wenhaston cemetery
A close up picture of a large Fly Agaric...
A fine Fly Agaric (amanita muscaria) toadstool found in Wenhaston Cemetery
A fine Fly Agaric (amanita muscaria)...
The smaller of two toadstools, an immature Fly Agaric,  found in Wenhaston Cemetery
The smaller of two toadstools, an immature...
Wenhaston Doom, medieval wall painting in full against the north wall at St.Peters church Wenhaston
Wenhaston Doom, medieval wall painting in...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. This shows a soul being weighed in the balance at Judgement day
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. Here we see St Peter with two saved souls – a king and and the pope by their crowns.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Description and brief history of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. Much more information can be found www.wenhaston.net/doom/
Description and brief history of the...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. The Blessed Virgin Mary and John the Baptist kneel at the top right of the Doom, attended by a crescent moon and a scroll.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. This is the upper part of the section showing St Michael and the Devil weighing the souls of the dead. In the background the dead are rising out of their graves, hopeful of salvation.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. Close up of the Devil.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. The souls of the daed are being weighed at Judgement Day
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. On the right hand side of the Doom the dead are rising from their graves, one still in a shroud, to receive their Judgement.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. At the lower right of the Doom a monstrous head resembling that of a fish, but with terrible teeth, represents the Jaws of Hell. A scene of frightening chaos and despair as Devils haul in the damned and escape does not appear to be an option.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. A Devil perched on the beast´s snout blows a convoluted horn. Is this the clarion call for the dead to rise on the Day of Judgement?
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. At the lower right of the Doom a monstrous head resembling that of a fish, but with terrible teeth, represents the Jaws of Hell. A scene of frightening chaos and despair as Devils haul in the damned and escape does not appear to be an option.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. St Michael and the Devil.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. Christ the Divine Judge is seated on a rainbow at the top left of the Doom painting. He has a cloud or halo about His head featuring seven rays. His right hand has two fingers raised in Blessing. Wounds to the hands and body are clearly shown. Near His right hand is the Sun, complete with its own rays, and below it a scroll.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. Christ the Divine Judge is seated on a rainbow at the top left of the Doom painting. He has a cloud or halo about His head featuring seven rays. His right hand has two fingers raised in Blessing. Wounds to the hands and body are clearly shown. Near His right hand is the Sun, complete with its own rays, and below it a scroll.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. St Michael and the Devil weigh the souls of the dead at Judgement day
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. Splendidly–attired St.Peter here holds the key to Heaven. Four saved Souls stand naked, their status in life evident by their headgear; a King, a Queen, a Pope and a Cardinal.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom painting, in Wenhaston church. ower left of the Doom painting depicts the calm safety of the buildings of Heaven. A winged angel dressed in red and with a very kind face is admitting one of the Saved on the left, on the right another of the Saved appears to be receiving a helping hand on the stairway.
Detail of part of the Wenhaston Doom...
Blythburgh Angel Village Sign
Blythburgh Angel Village Sign
Detail of exterior of Holy Trinity Church at Blythburgh
Detail of exterior of Holy Trinity Church at...
Misty red dawn over the Blyth valley toward Blythburgh
Misty red dawn over the Blyth valley toward...
Misty pink dawn over the Blyth Valley view from top of Blyford Lane, Wenhaston toward Bulcamp and Blythburgh
Misty pink dawn over the Blyth Valley view...
Cottages around the village green in Walberswick
Cottages around the village green in Walberswick
View across marshes to Walberswick village
View across marshes to Walberswick village


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