This is the last stop of my day trip to Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral and the Roman Baths. Located in the city of Bath, the Roman Baths is a complex housing a temple and a public bath with naturally occurring hot water from the hotspring below. Today, the water is no longer safe for drinking/bathing.
Around the perimeter above the Great Bath, there are several statues.
A short walk led us to the Great Bath below. At this moment, we had great light.I spotted a priest standing by the bath and decided to take a picture of him and his reflection on the bath water.
At another corner of the Great Bath, I spotted the spire of the Bath Abbey.
Was extremely happy that I had great light on this day (instead of the dreary grey weather typical of the UK), which let me make these wonderful photographs. Couldn’t ask for more.