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Evening food and drink at the Mill on the Exe
England
A fun image I created while having a meal and a few drinks with friends at the Mill on the Exe. Was a lovely evening, could quite easly have sat there all night watching the bats catch bugs. Millers crossing can be seen in the background.
Copyright: Peter stephens
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Uploaded: 17/06/2010
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