Friday, June 20, 2008
Churches in the Landscape #2
Andrew Dunn's flickr entry says "Llandecwyn church stands high in the hills above the the River Dwyryd and Penrhyndeudraeth. It has commanding views over the valley and often sees impressive sunsets across Tremadog Bay.
Parts of the church are medieval and in the 19th century it was a Wesleyan chapel serving the local community. These days Llandecwyn itself is little more than a cluster of houses, a hamlet in the hills, and the church is largely dissused with no regular services."
Here is another picture where the church is incidental, a fact which it now seems to actually be!