Let's feast our eyes upon another wonderful photo from the late Dorset Evening Echo photographer Harry Green.

This time Harry has captured Upwey, Weymouth, from the air. The image was taken above the Upwey Wishing Well looking towards Friar Waddon.

You can see St Lawrence's Church very clearly in the middle of the picture.

The church is built so close to the wishing well for the simple reason that in pagan times the whole adjoining area would have been thought holy and with the coming of Christianity to Dorset a chapel would have been built upon it. At first there would have been a wooden structure and this would have been replaced some time after the Norman conquest of AD 1066 by a stone structure.