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St. James church, Avebury, England.
England

In the grounds of St. James church, in the ancient village of Avebury, Wilshire, deep in the English countryside on a warm summer July afternoon 2013. The village is famous for it's stone circles and earthworks.

Copyright: Norm burns
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 4290x1734
Uploaded: 11/08/2013
Updated: 12/08/2013
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Tags: church; building; rural; summer; architecture; england; thatch; countryside
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