steepholm (steepholm) wrote,
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Goldney Grotto

The grotto at Goldney Hall in Bristol, built in the mid-18th century by the man whose ship rescued Alexander Selkirk, is open to the public but one day in the year. It is dedicated to the sea. My daughter and I braved its shell-encrusted depths, armed with nothing more than a mobile phone...



Hurrying to adventure...

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The fatal entrance...

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Sea lions...

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In the halls of Triton...

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Hieronymus Bosch at the beach...

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Neptune at the water's head...

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Escape to the light (and drizzle)!

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Tags: bristol, real life
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