Travel Photography Photos tagged as wells
The Square is located on a site between the medieval City Walls with a cornice and the Renaissance bastion Grimani where the city park is situated. In the Middle Ages there was a defence ditch. During the 16th century, the Venetians helped the city withstand Turkish sieges by building a large drinking water cistern with five ornamental wellheads, after which the square was named.
This tiny island, along with Harbour Island, sits slightly to the north of Eleuthera. The ferry leaves Nassau, arrives at Spanish Wells first, and then continues around until it arrives at Harbour Island.
The huge beach at low tide - goes for miles and miles
The chapel is a jewel of 13th century architecture. The vaulted columns even look great in B&W.
This image was made famous by Fredrick Evans, a late 19th century photographer so I followed in his footsteps.
The cathedral is an imposing structure, much more than Westminster Abbey in my opinion. Also you can photograph to your heart’s content. As I mentioned in my DVD on England (see www.usphotogroup.com ), you can spend easily a day at Wells Cathedral; the surrounding buildings, the grounds, and the cathedral itself offers many photographic opportunities.
Yep, it was misty all the time