Each week we'll publish a picture (of a Georgian building) that's caught our attention by virtue of artistic merit or architectural/historic interest or because it shows a familiar building in a new or unusual light. We welcome contributions from home or abroad, so please get in touch (email@example.com) if you've taken a photograph you'd like to see on our blog. Include something about the building and the circumstances of the shot if possible.
Our first image, taken by Simon Wardle, shows the octagon at St James’s Church in Teignmouth, Devon, a fine but little-known creation of 1817-21 by W.E. Rolfe, a pupil of Soane’s.