Waving to you on this rainy Monday and hoping you all survived last night's winds courtesy of Storm Imogen.
This is another photo of Castle Combe, especially for Sian. It was taken yesterday, standing by the side of the Market Cross to look back down The Street. The structure you can see in the centre of the photo is the remains of the buttercross; dating from medieval times, the buttercross is where the villagers used to gather to buy locally produced butter, milk and eggs.
Driving to Castle Combe is also my 'first' for this week. I've lost count of the number of times I've been to the village but as I was leaving home yesterday, I realised that I've always been the passenger in the car and have never actually driven there myself. I had to resort to the dreaded satnav to get there, which did its usual creative route, so I suppose another 'first' is seeing parts of Wiltshire I've never seen before!
Thanks go to Sian at From High in the Sky for organising this meme.