These two photos are the interior of the Medieval church at St Fagans. I have taken better ones on other visits, but this time the place was full of school children, so we didn't linger!
This lovely old 15th C farmhouse (with the beasts having been kept in the lower portion) relied on the light from a couple of small windows only. You can see how gloomy days must have been in mid-winter - almost indistinguishable from nights!
A couple of interiors from elsewhere (I forgot to take a photo of the outside of the house or the info on it.) I love the Welsh quilt below.
Above, the kitchen at the Elizabethan manor house of St Fagans. You weren't meant to take photos but I couldn't see that one of the kitchen was going to hurt anything . . .
Finally, another sign of spring with these leaves of the Lords and Ladies bursting through the leaves.
All for now as absolutely shattered after driving to Gloucester and back yesterday. Cathedral photos tomorrow.