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Lacock Abbey

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A: Lacock Abbey

Par Markus Matern, à 70 mètres

Lacock Abbey

B: Lacock, Wiltshire

Par John Willetts ARPS, à 420 mètres

Lacock is the spiritual home of photography. Henry Fox Talbot was the local lord of the manor. Lacock...

Lacock, Wiltshire

C: Dom Xob

Par Steven 'fly agaric 23' Pratt, A 5.4 km

Dom xoB x fly

Dom Xob

D: Mod Box 2

Par Steven 'fly agaric 23' Pratt, A 5.4 km

Mod Box 2. x fly

Mod Box 2

E: Oliver's Castle

Par John Willetts ARPS, A 8.9 km

Windswept Oliver's Castle is situated on the edge of the North Wessex Downs. It is classified as an a...

Oliver's Castle

F: The Locks, Devizes

Par Bernhard Vogl, A 9.4 km

The Locks, Devizes

G: The Locks, Devizes

Par Bernhard Vogl, A 9.7 km

The Locks, Devizes

H: Ford, Wiltshire. Blackthorn.

Par John Willetts ARPS, A 9.8 km

Both Blackthorn and Hawthorn are hedgerow trees with white blossoms. The simple difference is: Blackt...

Ford, Wiltshire. Blackthorn.

I: Castle Combe, Wiltshire

Par John Willetts ARPS, A 11.6 km

Castle Combe is, arguably, the prettiest village in England. If you can get there before the tourists...

Castle Combe, Wiltshire

J: Bradford on Avon garden

Par James Barrett, A 12.0 km

Summer day in the back garden. Note the incinerator.

Bradford on Avon garden

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