Glastonbury, Side Lane, Somerset, England
Many of the small alleyways have pictures and advertising in them for the local shops, gatherings and other mystical trades that take place.
Copyright: Geoff mather
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Resolution: 8304x4152
Uploaded: 09/05/2010
Updated: 04/07/2014


Tags: town; market; cross; avalon; mystic; shopping ; g8dhe
  • Jessica Booney Star over 1 year ago
    What a wonderful artist! Glastonbury is so inspiring and we enjoyed our first visit just recently. Yin Yang is the best store in town - do visit to see all the wonderful dragons, Native American and statues and the most amazing jewellery ever! treated myself to Buddha!
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