St Peter’s Hall

I‘m pleased with this picture taken last weekend in Suffolk, which I think could almost be a painting. The building in the background turned out to be the location of St Peter’s Brewery. The sixteenth century hall was built from the stones of a nearby monastery dissolved by Henry VIII in the English Reformation. The hall’s agricultural buildings are now used for the brewery, founded in 1996, which takes water from its own 100-metre deep well to produce 200 barrels per week and a range of organic beers, most of which are exported.

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3 Responses to “St Peter’s Hall”

  1. Chris Says:

    Great picture! Lovely colours and light and beautifully composed.

  2. Karen Says:

    I love this picture. You are such a fantastic photographer. Your blog is delight to look at now & then, for this alone…

  3. drfrank Says:

    Glad to oblige the fan club!

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