What do Santa Fe (USA) and Salisbury (UK) have in common?

In both I had a peek.

In 1996 I had a peek into the courtyard of the museum in Santa Fe and the photo of the cathedral in Salisbury was taken in the seventies. Santa Fe I found too touristic and Salisbury was in 1998 (when I was there the last time) still not spoiled by tourists. This town has (my opinion) the most beautiful cathedral in England. It’s situated in the town centre and still you can walk from the cathedral through the own garden, followed by meadows into a forest up to an old water mill. If I would want to live in England it surely would be near the Salisbury cathedral.

Author: Herman van Bon Photography

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