St Helens, South Wheatley, Nottinghamshire

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    The ruins of St Helens in the village of South Wheatley in Nottinghamshire. This Grade I listed building has finally been uncovered after years beneath a thick layer of ivy - some say the ivy was the only thing holding the place together. The ivy has been cut at the base allowing the reamains of this church - part of it, the Chancel Arch, date back to the 12th century - to be seen once more. There are plenty of photos of this place on the internet when it was covered in ivy, all that there is/was to see were two tall clumps of greenery. Now the brick work is on show once more.

    For more details, visit this link www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-411344-remains-of-chu...

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    Darren Frodsham, Adam Good, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Adam Good 36 months ago | reply

      Great shot like the use of natural shadows and light

    2. moonie55 36 months ago | reply

      lovely work

    3. Daniel Mennerich 36 months ago | reply

      Congrats on such a brilliant HM shot!


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    4. Ian M's 36 months ago | reply

      Beautiful capture Paul,the ivy really adds to it!

    5. G3orge Dalziel 36 months ago | reply

      Nicely captured.

    6. Juan Nex 5 36 months ago | reply

      Fantastic!!!

    7. Daveyboy_75 36 months ago | reply

      This is a little cracker of a ruin. Beautifully composed in the trees.

    8. PippaWoods 35 months ago | reply

      Love this one Paul - really interesting subject!

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