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Eggardon Hillfort in the snow
England

Dramatic view over the West Dorset countryside near Bridport after our first decent snowfall for 10-15 years. Eggardon Hillfort is a pre-historic (stone-age) settlement similar to Maiden Castle.

Copyright: Simon Nobes
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