The funny thing is it was a crazy trip for work with tons of meetings and 100s of miles of driving, but I took my camera and somehow crammed in some great shooting - I am very happy with the results in general. What was also very frustrating and close to a disaster is I left my camera on the backseat of the car of my colleague; first I panicked as to where the camera was and then after remembering I sheepishly called him and asked where he was after dropping me off at Gatwick airport. Hmm he was two hours away already and almost home so DHL had to be the answer. It took five days, but I finally got the camera, memory card and all and fortunately all was good and no harm done.
I stayed in a hotel in a little town called Nassington and the sights within 5 minutes were amazing for someone living in Dallas.
The church in the picture below was built sometime in the 1300/1400s and was a photographers feast. I spent 30 minutes there and had no tripod but could have easily spent 2 hours
This two shots below were taken 5 minutes from town as we crossed a one lane stone bridge and I got my friend to stop the car as I had to shoot this. Finally he pushed on me and said we had to go work awaits and watch out a bus is about to run you over.
Then all within the same town is this huge church from an old Eclesiastical school. I couldn't get any closer but it was an unbelievable structure in a tiny town and awesome weather to boot.
Probably need to go back with tripod and time all in hand.