Taken on the now famous fantastic bubblemeet on the 25th November 2010.
The church of St. Oswald, in the village of Askrigg, The Dales, North Yorkshire, England, UK, erected about 1466, is a building of stone in the Perpendicular style, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and an embattled western tower with pinnacles containing a clock and 6 bells.
In the south aisle of the church is a chantry dedicated to St. Anne, and formerly the property of the Metcalfe family of Nappa, several of whom are buried here.
The stained east window was erected by subscription in 1878 in memory of George Winn, jun. who drowned when crossing Aysgarth Ford in April, 1876.
There are 520 sittings.
The register dates from the year 1701.
Information kindly sourced from Wikapedia.
(A little but useless information is that my Mother’s maiden name is Winn, Hmmm, methinks I’ll have to do some research on George Winn, and any of his descendants……)
Sony 18-70mm lens.
1 handheld shot, no tripod, processed with Dynamic Photo HDR.