Tuesday 21 April 2009

Saint Catherine's Oratory, Isle of Wight

Saint Catherine's Oratory, Isle of Wight


John | English Wilderness said...

Saint Catherine's Oratory is the ruins of a 14th century lighthouse on the Isle of Wight. There's a bronze age barrow nearby, and also the remains of an 18th century lighthouse which never got completed.

I'm off camping in Norfolk for a few days now! I'll catch up with everyone when I get back. :-)

deejay said...

from the picture i thought it as placed in the mountain while below was large body of seas. the structure was captured dramatically. it seems dark green and light blue skies make it a romantic place to go with.

Rick (Ratty) said...

I really like old ruins like this. You're in the only part of the world where they look quite like this.

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