15th July 2012
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Otford village centres around St. Bartholomew’s church, whose history dates back to between 1050 and 1080. Somewhat hidden behind the church is what's left of the Bishop’s Palace. The church itself may look plain on the outside, but within it contains a wealth of history, which these pictures can only touch on extremely fleetingly.
I took these five pictures with a 7MP Fuji camera bought at Tesco. The camera had a predilection for curvy pictures, so I had to take pictures with extra special care and attention! GIMP was used on the royal coat of arms to "lift them out from the dark".
These pictures were taken by me on Sunday, 15th July 2012, on one of Nick's fine CLOG walks from Sevenoaks to Eynsford. Thank you Nick for suggesting and leading this walk. Thank you all for your good company at the time - 3½ years ago. How time flies. Tempus fugit if you must!