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Bank Vole, Acton Turville, Gloucestershire 1992 by Ray Bird

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Laxfield Church by Larry Yews

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A view of Cratfield church across the field by Larry Yews

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Talkin Tarn April sunshine by Nancy Brown
Tarn, Cumbria, landscape, colours of spring
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Solitary tree by Larry Yews

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the heron by chris williams
Ruislip duck pond
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Chapel Walk Path, Didmarton, Gloucestershire 2014 by Ray Bird

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London. England by Patricia Anne Kidd
This sweet looking little gentleman on the far left of this shot kept a little smile on his face as he sat there silently. I came back through that way carrying two cups of coffee. When I advised him my friend didn't want the coffee I'd gotten her and asked if he'd take it off my hands he hesitated - I said 'please' he smiled and took it. I sat next to him ' to rest' for a bit. I've not seen him on later trips but I'll keep looking each time. His little smile still makes me smile. Proud and sweet.
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Lion Face in London Tree by Patricia Anne Kidd
I stay in the Kensington area when in London, mostly because of Hyde Park and Kensington park. The trees have such expression. Look for the face about midway or so. Of course the trees are magical in the UK. It makes me wonder who they were in a previous life!
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Mere Cottage, Bishop Burton by Paul Lakin

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Skidby Mill by Paul Lakin
Working mill and museum
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Laxfield church by Dusty Royds
Laxfield church viewed across the field from Cake street.
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Robin, Acton Turville, Gloucestershire 1992 by Ray Bird

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The Chestnut Tree, Park/Church Field, Acton Turville, Gloucestershire 2016 by Ray Bird

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Fox in Cornfield, Acton Turville, Gloucestershire 1988 by Ray Bird

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PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK by DAVID DALE
DERWENT DAM WEST TOWER. THIS TOWER CONTAINS THE DAM BUSTERS MUSEUM. IT WAS ON THESE DAMS IN THIS VALLEY THAT THE DAM BUSTERS SQUADRON PRACTISED DROPPING OF THE BOUNCING BOMB THAT WOULD BE USED TO BREACH THE RUHR DAMS IN GERMANY DURING WORLD WAR 2. BARNES WALLIS THE BOMB INVENTOR. GUY GIBSON SQUADRON LEADER
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PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK by DAVID DALE
A HORSE GRAZING OVER THE WALL NEAR THE HAMLET OF UGHILL. THE GRASS IS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE
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Sub-zero in Laxfield by Damon Large
The Beast from the East leaves its mark in Laxfield.
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Beast from the East arrives in Laxfield. by Damon Large
All seasons in one scene, perhaps.
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The old barn by Dusty Royds
Located on the outskirts of Laxfield.
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