In December 2011, I took a train from Marylebone station to Stratford-upon-Avon to capture the birthplace of William Shakespeare with my Fujifilm Natura.
After my small train journey, I walked to the city center to get a full veggie breakfast at Foxy Browns:
After enjoying my breakfast, I went on a walk to get to the river and finally got to see the Holy Trinity Church.
My favorite location in Stratford upon Avon was the house of the British novelist Marie Corelli. She spent the last years of her life in in Stratford-upon-Avon. Her house Mason Croft (located on Church Street) is now the Shakespeare Institute. During her final years, Marie Corelli donated money to preserve Stratford’s 17th century buildings.
“No one is contented in this world, I believe. There is always something left to desire and the last thing longed for always seems the most necessary to happiness.”
― Marie Corelli, A Romance of Two Worlds