Well I was under orders from OC to take pics of daffodils. I scratched my head and thought and so this morning with the sun shining off I went. I normally pick the right lens for the right photo today I just used a travel zoom so sorry if the photos are not up to scratch.
Ok I've not shown you Bury St Edmunds cathedral before so off to Bury (hang on we'll get to the daffs).
The great Abbey at Bury was huge. Beside the monastic buildings and Abbey church there were three smaller churches in the grounds, two of these survives St James became the cathedral and St Mary's is now a very fine parish church.
The abbey grounds are very well kept and are pretty good for woodland birds (I saw Treecreeper and Goldcrest today).
so off to the cathedral.
Awaiting his master
St Mary's wasn't open yet so I went back around the gardens.
Then onto the Refrectory for a tea and scone.
These two were hanging around the Refectory.
St Mary's is much more interesting than the cathedral.
The tomb of Henry VIII sister
So Daffodils. I've been to Ickworth a few times but in Spring it often has a good display of daffs. Sadly some were finished and others not out but I did what I could.