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Puttenham Eco Camping Barn

Published about 3 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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Puttenham Eco Camping Barn is run by a charity, and provides basic overnight accommodation, particularly for cyclists and walkers plying the North Downs Way that runs through the village.

Edinburgh Crags

Published about 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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Conference call at WHL Group Seattle office

Published about 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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This image was captured during a weekly Skype call at the WHL Group office in Ballard, Seattle.

Conservatory of a House in England

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

Image captured late evening at the end of April.  Conservatories are frequently added to English houses as sunrooms and vary greatly in size.

Garden of a House in England

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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This image was captured in the early afternoon on a beautiful sunny day in April, the beginning of Spring 2010.

Bourley Hill, Caesars Camp

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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This image was captured at sunset on 17 April 2010.  Farnborough Airport is visible to the north.  A suspension in all UK air traf<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bourley-hill-caesars-camp-england-2">...(more)</a>

Judith Street backyards

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

Backyards in a residential street in Maryland, USA.  Images captured late in the day in March.

Verizon Center

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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View of Verizon Center taken from block 412 after an evening Washington D.C. Capitals ice hockey game on 1 April 2010.

Judith Street

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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Outdoor shot of a residential street in Maryland U.S.A. captured in the late morning sun at the end of March.  

Tidal Basin Cherry Blossom

Published over 4 years ago by Stephen Chapman

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The cherry blossoms bloom for a few days each year around the Washington D.C. Tidal Basin. This image was captured in the afternoon on 2 April 2010 whilst the area was busy with tourists and photographers.