As part of Light it up Blue campaign for World Autism Awareness Day, Guildford Cathedral is bathed in blue.
Over three nights this weekend, the [im]famous cathedral is lit up in this ghostly blue light.
Many other famous landmarks around the world will be participating in the in the Light it up blue campaign to rasing awareness of Autism such as Niagara Falls and the Empire State Building.
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Tagged 2012, Blue, Floodlit, Guildford, Guildford Cathedral, Surrey, World Autism Awareness Day
Views of the Clifton Suspension bridge on a wet and windy day. Crossing the bridge, we had to cling tightly to our umbrella for fear of losing it (but not too tightly in case we got blown over by a strong gust of wind).
The bridge is known as suicide bridge and on one of pillars of the suspension bridge there is a plaque with the contact details for the Samaritans.
After an unsuccessful hunt for afternoon tea in Clifton we drove down to Bristol Harbour and explored what remains of Bristol Harbour Railway, much to my husbands delight.