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Woods At Coombe Park
England

A spring morning at Coombe Abbey and Park. The woods form part of Coombe, the abbey now a hotel, but the grounds are managed and home to hundreds of insects, birds and mammals.

Copyright: Ralph Ames
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Uploaded: 19/04/2009
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Tags: coombe abbey; coombe park; woods; wildlife; trees; water; leaves
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