The Stunning Ruined Abbeys of England: A Photo Collection


As a visitor to England, the first time you stumble across one of these ruined cathedrals or abbeys, the sheer size and grandeur is staggering. It's also a very obvious photo opportunity! This photo collection can show you a little of what to expect as well as what can be done by good photographers with such an awesome subject.

Photo by Phillip Capper Photo by moniqca Photo by Jordanhill School D&T Dept Photo by Tim Green Photo by Marc Carlson Photo by Gordon Robertson Photo by Waywuwei Photo by Marc Carlson Photo by Robert Montgomery Photo by Mark Robinson Photo by Matthew Black Photo by Tim Green Photo by Bill Tyne Photo by Matthew Black Photo by David Merrett Photo by krooooop Photo by Gwydion M. Williams Photo by Robert Orr Photo by moniqca ย Photo by moniqca Photo by Jim Champion Photo by Maciej Lewandowski Photo by Bert Kaufmann Photo by Christine Olson


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I’d just like to point out that Tintern Abbey is actually in Wales, not England – so perhaps the title should be ‘The Stunning Ruined Abbeys of England And Wales: A Photo Collection’ ? ๐Ÿ™‚

Very nice. After all the effort to get there at the right time, not to mention all the post processing, it would have been even nicer if at least one of those photographers had bothered to correct the verticals.

Chad! Thank you for sending me those lovely pictures! I think we were in one of those in Scotland. It was breathtaking! Love you and your techie skills!

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