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Photo of Hartington by: steve stain

Tissington Trail

"Like this -makes your eye follow the road all the way along" - Paul Johnson (10th May 2019)

Photo of Budleigh Salterton by: Mobscooter

Peacock butterfly

"Lovely picture of the butterfly. Not sure about the intentions of the daffodil which looks intent on devouring the butterfly." - Edward Lever (9th May 2019)

Photo of Stow on the Wold by: Paul Johnson

Stow on the Wold

"I have to agree Edward but anoyingly that's modern life. Still it's not a bad shot of parked cars!" - Paul Johnson (9th May 2019)

Photo of Stow on the Wold by: Paul Johnson

Stow on the Wold

"A potentially pretty shot totally ruined by cars" - Edward Lever (9th May 2019)

Photo of High Hunsley by: Paul Lakin

High Hunsley after the harvest.

"Thank you Poe" - Paul Lakin (9th May 2019)

Photo of Cottingham by: Paul Lakin

Castle Rd, Cottingham

"Thank you Poe" - Paul Lakin (9th May 2019)

Photo of Reading by: Edward Lever

Foggy morning at Christchurch Bridge, Reading

"Thanks for the comment, Chris & Sarah. Yes, I suppose it does look a bit like a scene from an old Hammer horror film !" - Edward Lever (8th May 2019)

Photo of Blackpool by: Tommy Layden

Symbolic of Cockermouth and Workington

"Great photo and description" - poe (8th May 2019)

Photo of Chiddingstone by: Mobscooter

The Chiding Stone at Chiddingstone

"Fascinating. I've added about the chiding stone to the new facts database - http://www.picturesofengland.com/England/facts Thanks for providing the picture and information." - poe (8th May 2019)

Photo of Aylesford by: Andrew Whittaker

Aylesford Village

"A good shot of a much photographed village. I live quite close to Aylesford and taken many similar shots myself over the years. The bridge is medieval but the centre arch was enlarged early in the 19th century to allow river traffic through. For many years it was used for motor traffic as part of a one way system but was since the building of a new bridge (from which this shot was taken)it has become pedestrianised." - Paul Johnson (8th May 2019)