#1297 – Glastonbury Then and Now 4
Another in the series of then-and-now shots of Glastonbury.
This is the ‘then’ image I am least happy with; there were a group of tourists in the crypt of St Mary’s Chapel, and they seemed to have no intention of moving at any time soon, so I photographed around them.
This shot is the one where there has been the most change in the last 80 years. No walkway existed back in the 1930s, and the ground had been levelled and the crypt restored in the last 12 months.
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