National Geographic : 1933 Apr
WAYFARING DOWN THE WINDING SEVERN DAFFODILS' GOLDEN GLORY HONORS SHRAWLEY'S GALLANT DEAD Beyond the village shrine is the school which many of the war heroes attended. The crescent shaped field with semicircle rows of daffodils gives the suggestion of an amphitheater. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Bernard Wakeman A CORNER OF THE ESTATE WHERE GEORGE ELIOT WAS BORN In this building of Arbury Hall, at Chilvers Coton, tenants transact their business and pay their rent, and in it they hold their annual ball. The sundial bears the inscription, " Life's but a walking shadow." The doorway below was designed by Sir Christopher Wren.