Brinkburn Priory

Brinkburn Priory

Brinkburn Priory

Brinkburn Priory

14 Comments CherryPie on Feb 6th 2017

14 Responses to “Ruined Walls – Brinkurn Priory”

  1. Bricks most been cheap at one time. Not many new building uses brick now, or lease around here.
    Coffee is on

  2. lisl says:

    Lovely as a building, and as a ruin, Cherie

  3. Lovely photos – such a wonderful Priory and ruins have a beauty of their own.

  4. Ayush says:

    i always find those massive blocks fascinating and makes me think of how the construction site would have looked back then.

  5. James Higham says:

    Aren’t the colours superlative – and that you can capture them.

  6. Love your shots of Brinkburn – your interior shots a few posts back were particularly good. I struggle with interior shots. Interesting to note that stone is an unknown building material in some places.

    • CherryPie says:

      I struggled with the interior shots on this occasion, mostly because I had my camera on the wrong setting when we first arrived. I noticed my error but by that time the grounds had filled up with a group of photographers complete with tripods and inside the priory they were beginning to set it up for the lunch time wedding!

  7. English Heritage? Does it mean it’s free to visit this place? ;)

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