As you walk from Southernhay you come to a small bridge.
It seems to be supported by a 1800 year old wall, made from stone that is from the Triassic Period.
In the distance, a green.
And through the trees, and beyond the lamppost, is something built by Normans.
A place for priests.
The Devon and Exeter Institution, founded in 1813, houses a sun clock and a perch for sea birds. The perch is really a lantern that provides light for its 40,000 volume library. This is now part of the University collection.
A closer view of the lantern, and perch.
St Catherine's Chapel and Almshouses, along with the glass sculptures based on Gothic arches.
Then the new, made from glass, 'Glow Stones’ by Jeff Bell http://www.glasscasts.co.uk/public.htmlJeff Bell’s collection of glass ‘pebble seats’.By night special lighting, integrated into the structure, gradually illuminates them with a rainbow sequence of colour.In the background you can also see the six Exeter Traceries done by Katayoun Pasban Dowlatshahi http://www.katayoundowlatshahi.com/public_art.php?id=2&pID=59
The lantern of the Devon and Exeter Institution is also visible.
Built by Italians, from Rome, using stones from an earlier time.
A nursery for moss.
Behind which is St Pancras.
With the narrowest street anywhere, possibly.
And opposite another church. St Petrock's.
At one end of the street.
The West Front.
With saints and other notables from the past.
Back to the beginning.