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Red bridge from the beckside
Lound Lake WalksThe scenic beauty of Lound Lakes makes it well worth a visit at any time of the year.
ButtermereThe lake on a glorious July day
Windernere from Loughrigg FellWindermere as seen from the track round the southern side of Loughrigg Fell near Ivy Crag
Woodchester ValleyWoodchester Valley; part of the famous five valleys in Stroud, Gloucestershire
Rochester Cathedral taken from the Castle
Lymington QuayEarly morning sunrise.
Woodgates Lane, Swanland
Leeds CastleLate afternoon Autumn sunlight gives the Castle a soft and idyllic look
Waterway Heaven.A grab shot of Tyrley Bottom Lock on the Shropshire Union Canal.
Iwerne Minster, Dorset.One of a series of images featuring Iwerne Minster, Dorset.
St. Andrews - Wells CathedralThis photo was taken from inside the Bishops Palace along the moat. A beautiful spot to view the Cathedral reflected in a pool.
Milborne Port, Somerset.One of a series of images, featuring Milborne Port, Somerset.
Early Morning.St Mary's Church from across the Mere.
The old mill pond Swanage
Steep HillSteep Hill is a popular tourist street in Lincoln.
At the top of the hill is the entrance to Castle Square and Lincoln...
Through the trees!
Moored up on GrasmereIn the blue at the end of the day. Everyone has gone home and the boats are left alone to bob on the quiet waters.
The famous Lea & Perrins 'Worcestershire Sauce' was first made by two dispensing chemists, John Wheeley Lea (1791-1874) and William Henry Perrins(1793-1867), in Worcester where it has been produced since 1837.
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