Thursday, May 13, 2010


Here are some photos from our time in Hett. I'll be posting a  few more once we get them from the other camera :-) Most of them were taken while driving in the car, so that is why they may look a bit blurry.

This is one of the homes in Hett, which also serves as the town church. I found it quite sad with the crooked cross.

This building is located in Teesdale, England, and is called the Bowes Museum. It was started by a wealthy couple who wanted to share the modern art and artifacts of the 1860's on with the public. They spent the last years of their lives collecting work for the museum, but passed on before its completion. It is a wonderful place, and you can definitely feel the love the Bowes had for art and the desire they had to share it with everyone.

1 comment:

  1. So good! Loved all the photos. Mostly the one of you holding fabric, although that picture might not be on this exact post, but all the same, I love it!