Trebah Gardens
Taken at Trebah Gardens, Cornwall. More photos at www.trebah.com
Copyright: Martin perrett
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9142x4571
Uploaded: 22/02/2013
Updated: 20/05/2013


Tags: trebah; gardens; cornwall; uk
  • Roy Reed over 1 year ago
    This panorama is placed in totally the wrong spot. It's not on Bodmin Moor by the A30, it's on the Helford River south of Falmouth at Lat 50.1035 Long: -5.1223. Nice panorama, though.
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