St. Marys Church, Stodmarsh, Kent. UK
St Mary’s Church in the tiny village of Stodmarsh in Kent commands the high ground over the nearby flood plains of the River Stour. The simple church was first built between the 12th and 13th Centuries and modernized by the Victorians around 1880. St Mary’s is unique in many ways, inside the building’s porch are carvings called ‘Crusader’s Crosses’ and supporting the bell turret is a fabulous X shaped brace that cannot be found in any other church in Kent.
Taken with Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ38
Edited in Photomatix