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Field between Lubenham and Harborough in the mist
Leicester

A low mist rolls across a field on a November afternoon near Marston Trussell, in Northamptonshire, England. The field is used as a hay meadow, nearby can be seen a patch of dead grass where a haybale had previously been resting for some time.

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