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Symmetry In Ruin

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Because it served as both a school and a church, these ruins in Bedham, West Sussex, England, are known as Bedham Chapel and Bedham School. Built in 1880, the roof has caved in and, when I visited, the end walls were being supported by long wooden beams.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry

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3 thoughts on “Symmetry In Ruin

    1. And it’s not that old, by England’s standards; the environment seems to be taking this one quickly. Our friends in West Sussex live fairly close, so this was an unexpected treat.

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