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This field of barley is surrounded by a rich border of wild flowers. We counted 17 varieties. The field is close to the car park on Win Green Down on the Wessex Ridgeway Footpath. The Down is approached from the nearby town of Shaftsbury up the aptly named Zig-Zag Hill.

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A: Win Green Hillside

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此处150远

Win Green, near Shaftsbury, is the highest point of Cranborne Chase, a royal hunting ground until the...

Win Green Hillside

B: Woof

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此全景3.2

Is this the only canine panorama? I have never met him before - or since. He just appeared, doing his...


C: Shaftesbury, Gold Hill

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此全景6.9

Gold Hill, with its steep cobbles and picturesque cottages is the epitome of rural charm from a previ...

Shaftesbury, Gold Hill

D: Gold Hill

摄影师William Allard, 距离此全景6.9

Gold Hill with distant views of the picturesque Blackmore Vale in the distance. Gold hill part of the...

Gold Hill

E: Shroton village green

摄影师Sophie Morse, 距离此全景10.1

Shroton also known as Iwerne Courtney is a village in Dorset. This is a view from the green after hea...

Shroton village green

F: Knowlton Church Dorset

摄影师James Battersby, 距离此全景14.0

A view from the inside of the ruins of Knowlton Church.  This church dates back to the 14th century, ...

Knowlton Church Dorset

G: Knowlton Church

摄影师James Battersby, 距离此全景14.0

Knowlton Church, Dorset, England.  The church was built in Norman times, and was re-modelled during t...

Knowlton Church

H: St Mary the Virgin, Tarrant Crawford

摄影师Sophie Morse, 距离此全景16.8

External view of the 12th church, this has beautiful wall paintings of St Margaret of Antioch and the...

St Mary the Virgin, Tarrant Crawford

I: St Mary the Virgin, Tarrant Crawford

摄影师Sophie Morse, 距离此全景16.8

This 12th church has beautiful wall paintings of St Margaret of Antioch and the Annunciation dating f...

St Mary the Virgin, Tarrant Crawford

J: Badbury Rings Dorset 3

摄影师James Battersby, 距离此全景17.7

"Badbury Rings" is an Iron Age hill fort, consisting of three concentric cicular ditches.  To the nor...

Badbury Rings Dorset 3

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