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Photos from a week in Salisbury singing with SAS (Schola Aquae Sulis) Choir, the first time I had sung for quite a while.
As well as these photos, There's also a short panoramic video [1.2MB] if you have QuickTime (the viewer is free) installed.
The stream running through Salisbury town centre.
Inside the Cathedral.
My favourite window of the Cathedral, from the 1980s.
Looking up from the centre.
In the cloisters.
Looking up at the entrance.
Rehearsing in the choir stalls.
Some parts of the Cathedral have load balancing issues ...
A few members of SAS Choir.
My best friend, Dicky, now living in Winchester, who I visited on the Choir's day off.
A stream near Dicky's house.
'The path to Posh is open to few' [obscure].
Now look at it.
We took a visit to the spiritual home of the roads protest movement, Twford Down.
A new Park & Ride site is being built on the site of the former road, which was promised to be kept green, so we popped by the nicely tatted up protest camp. See my own views on Park and Ride ...
Anyway, back in Salisbury, members of the Choir in the bar where we stayed.
Back in the choir stalls (again!).
The East Window, during a tour up top (NB: get the larger version, right-click then set as your computer's desktop wallpaper!).
Looking up the spire, which is almost as high as the rest of the Cathedral upon which it sits.
Looking down from the spire.
Apparently where the Salisbury bypass would have been.