May 2024 Picture of the Month


An exploratory visit to the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, on a bitterly cold and grey late April Sunday morning, yielded a few satisfying images of the rescued buildings which have been rebuilt across this vast Bromsgrove site. This is a detail of the walls of the cruck-framed Threshing Barn rescued from Cholstrey Court Farm in Herefordshire which dates from the 16th century, but used a design commonplace from the 12th century onwards. The lattice is woven from lengths of split green oak.  Canon 5D Mark IV camera, 24-105mm lens at 35mm.


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