Sunday, March 17, 2013

Day 338 – Bell High.

  It is kind of stating the obvious but Australia is a big place.  Flying from one side to the other is the equivalent to flying from London to Istanbul.  So when you hit the shores of WA, Perth it maybe another city, yet it is a major city growing into its own style.  On the shores of the Swan river chimes the twelve bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields now housed in Perth’s own bell tower.  The bells date before 14th century ring royal and true.  They have been recast by royalty through the sands of time.  Once they rang over Trafalgar Square in London celebrating milestones in history Spanish Armada, end of WWII and return of Captain Cook in 1771 after his little discovery; Australia.

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