Thaxted is a beautiful village typical of those found in Suffolk and North Essex. There are some notable old buildings including the 15th century Guildhall and Dick Turpin’s cottage.
This photo shows Thaxted Church, built between 1340 and 1510 and noted for it’s flying-buttressed spire. It stands on a hill overlooking the village and is sometimes referred to as The Cathedral of Essex.
I love the way the colours compliment each other in this shot, the blue sky, the green grass and the orange of the almshouses in the foreground.
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