Mont Saint Michel Abbey, France
The real life Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle with a 50-foot high ceiling [810x1124]
Good morning from the DMZ - Abbey Road edition!
wish you were here/abbey road crossover
Best twist in Downton Abbey
When Spratt was revealed as the Agony Aunt for Edith’s newspaper, I screamed. What was the best twist for you?
The Braveheart Tower. The National William Wallace Memorial Monument is a Gothic tower standing 503 ft. tall on the shoulder of the Abbey Craig, a hilltop overlooking Stirling, Scotland. It celebrates Wallace's heroic struggle for Scottish independence.
“They buried him among the kings because he had done good toward God and toward his house.” The coffin of the Uknown Warrior before his internment in Westminster Abbey, a memorial to all British and Commonwealth troops killed during WW1 with no known grave. 11th November 1920 [570x800]
Anyone else who taught their pup potty bells, now feel like a downton abbey servent being summoned all the time? :D
I mean I'm so glad our guy gets them so well - since we taught them to him (at about 5 months with a 60/40 success rate for outside pottying) and put the puppy gate across his previous accident area, we haven't had a single accident in over a month. They're such a great communication tool.
But now haha, those bells are going probably 15 times a day - when he has to go potty yes, but also when he misses us after disappear for meetings, when he's bored, when he wants to see what's happening in the garden, when the cat is on the other side of the gate and he's jealous.
This isn't a complaint as such - i'll take bells over cleaning poop and pee off the floor any day. I just can't help but smirk and laugh when he's really going after the bells and he's just gone 1&2 - I swear to god it translates into: "AHEM! excuse me! Your attention is required!!" :D
Took this on my work commute, good morning Europe! Bath Abbey, Bath, England.
Me when Downton Abbey came to it's end.
Ever seen this amazing ceiling in Dunfermine Abbey? St. Peter & St. Paul
Admont Abbey Library in Admont, Austria
[FO] Shrewsbury Abbey, England.
TIL The ashes of Stephen Hawking were buried between the graves of Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin, in a section of Westminster Abbey known as the "Scientists Corner." As a final tribute, during the burial, the European Space Agency beamed recordings of Hawking's voice to the nearest black hole. nbcnews.com/news/obituari…
First successful (2nd overall) attempt at ale washed Trappist style. Pasteurized cow's milk, Aged 6 weeks at 50F, washed with Lost Abbey's Judgment Day. A tasty stinker--stoked to improve on the next round!
TIL that during the restoration of Paisley Abbey, a 13th century church in Scotland, a stonemason erected a gargoyle resembling a Xenomorph from Ailen (1979). bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan…
Priory Chapel at St. Louis Abbey, Creve Coeur, Missouri, by Gyo Obata of Hellmuth Obata and Kassabaum (1962)
Can beer help save one of Utah’s favorite bookstores? A. Fisher Brewing Co. and Ken Sanders Rare Books will find out, as the two Salt Lake City originals are teaming up to produce a line of beer based on the characters from Edward Abbey’s iconic novel, “The Monkey Wrench Gang.” sltrib.com/artsliving/foo…
An Arlong park/Abbey road crossover drawing I made a while back
All my characters after I fully upgrade my abbey
Final resting place of Stephen Hawking in Westminster Abbey. (Right in front of Isaac Newton)
Hana, 7 y/o - during a wonderful walk in the fog amongst the ruins of an Abbey
Why is no one talking about Downton Abbey?
So I sometimes watch costubers (youtubers who makes/talks about period costumes) and I started to notice that no one talks about Downton Abbey? I thought it was strange becasue the costumes on that show are so stunning! I tried looking for other types of original content related to Downton Abbey and even that is hard to find which also is strange because at least in my neck of the wood it was a hit-show! I thought maybe the show is too old, but people talk about old shows and movies all the time. I just think Downton Abbey deservs more attention that's all haha.
Please excuse any spelling-mistakes ^^
The coffin of the Unknown Warrior lies in state in Westminster Abbey, London, 1920. [437x586]
Here’s a sketch I drew of of the Abbey Road cover. Trying to keep myself occupied while there’s not much to do!
soooo mad at my kid self for getting rid of my 1st wave dolls but i’m 20 now and i started collecting again and managed to find this roller maze abbey new in box for £24 on ebay! skating and mh are my 2 loves💗🛼💗definitely coming for roller maze ghoulia next reddit.com/gallery/kzv454
Ghosts of Saltmarsh - Abbey Isle Cellar & Winding Way
He's the MP with the Downton Abbey lifestyle. But the shadow of slavery hangs over the gilded life of Richard Drax | Slavery | The Guardian theguardian.com/world/202…
Jane Austen and Northanger Abbey
For my English degree I have to take a major author course. So I found that this semester they had a Jane Austen course. So I jumped on that. While I knew of her more obvious novels- Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, and Emma- I have not read her other novels. I just finished Northanger Abbey and I have to say it was quite different than her other works that I have read and really enjoyed seeing a different side of Austen. I love that she focused on this gothic theme. While I haven’t read Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho, but I really enjoyed The Italian. I definitely want to read it now. Reading Northanger Abbey has definitely got me excited to start her other works.
Is the Downton Abbey social scene realistic?
When I see Staff invited to Edith's wedding, I wonder if this really would have happened? Would the Lady have invited household staff to her wedding ceremony and reception in the 1920s?
I know they showed that Rose was the only one who really treated Staff as friends, but then at times Staff were invited as guests.
The Downton Abbey theme just doesn’t feel right without Laura Linney introducing us to Masterpiece Classic.
[REQUEST] The Beatles - Abbey Road 2019 5.1 Surround Mix [96kHz/24bit] [FLAC/WAV]
Hey, does anyone happen to have this release?
Thank you in advance?
This is my collection. The top 4 left dolls are the ones i recently bought from ebay or marktplaats. Still looking for basic lagoona & abbey and a skelita
Castello di Vulci, also known as Castello dell'Abbadia, Lazio, Italy - The castle is located in the province of Viterbo next to a 30 meters high Roman bridge (III century BC) overlooking the river Fiora. Originally, it was an abbey. It was modified into a fortified castle in the XII century.
Plans for dietitian “Abbey Sharp” to review Sunee App
Opinions aside on Sunee, I heard that Abbey Sharp (a wonderful dietitian on YouTube) will be making a video to review the app overall!
If you’ve never heard of her, I recommend checking her out. She often reviews “What I eat in a day” videos on YouTube, and has reviewed Sarah before.
She’s full of knowledge and approaches problems/ discussions in an insightful and mature way.
She does talk frequently about disordered eating but always adds a disclaimer in case it may be triggering for some individuals to watch.
I’m looking forward to hearing her perspective!
1969 Billboard for The Beatles Album, “Abbey Road”, in Los Angeles, CA.
i was gonna hold off on buying dolls for a bit, but i got one of my favourite abbey’s in amazing condition for £10! i am absolutely smitten🥺 reddit.com/gallery/l39o7x