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Photos from Somerset - Page 1

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Images from the Walks
121201Glastonbury Tor can be easily seen from Somerset Levels
122001View between Wheddon Cross & Luckwell Bridge
122002Dunkery Gate marks the entrance to open country
122003High moors of Exmoor provide views to the sea
122004Dunkery Beacon has a large cairn & trig column
122005Descending from Dunkery Beacon into the valleys below
122006Pastoral beauty near Wheddon Cross
122101View from Bossington Hill to Porlock Bay
122102Heather-clad Selworthy Beacon
122103South West Coast Path, Selworthy Beacon
122104Selworthy's famous thatched cottages
122105Whitewashed Selworthy Church
122106Packhorse bridge at Allerford
122201The Punchbowl from Withycombe Farm
122202Exmoor National Park has mixed scenery
122203Withycombe Farm, the Punchbowl
122204Winsford Hill. National Trust
127501Sheep shearing near Wells
127502Stone near Wellesley Farm
127503Topiary at a cottage in North Wootton
127504Glastonbury Tor from Worminster Sleight
127505Worminster Sleight
127506Churchill House from Worminster Sleight
127507Great Mullein on the trackbed of the old railway
127508Gateway in Church Hill above Croscombe
134601Wells Cathedral green
134602Priddy Mineriesis an area once excavated for lead
134603Elegant stone stile near Priddy Mineries
134604Priddy village - hurdle shelter
134605Ebbor Gorge near Wells
134606The descent into Wells from Wookey Hole
156701River Chew near Keynsham
156702Old time post box at Tuckingmill
156703The path near Marksbury
156704Date stone at Beckets Place House, Marksbury
156705St.Lawrence parish church, Stanton Prior
156706St. Loe's Castle
156707Newton St.Loe
166201View towards Loxton, from Crook Peak
166901Tarr Steps, a medieval clapper bridge and ford
169601Looking across Weacombe Hill from Bicknoller Post
175001Start of path to Dunkery Beacon, Dunkery Gate
175002View to Dunkery Gate from Dunkery Beacon
175003The large cairn on the summit of Dunkery Beacon
175004Descent path from Dunkery Beacon
175005Dramatic skies over Dunkery Beacon
175006Dramatic light over Dunkery Beacon
182201Multi-sided house in Hodder's Combe, Holford
182202A small brook runs the length of Hodder's Combe
182203Hodder's Combe sheltered by woods
182204Lady's Edge emerges into Sheppard's Combe from the woodland
182205Bicknoller's Post has stood here for over 60 years
182206Wild horses are common in the Quantocks
182207View with approaching Combes in centre of image
182208Higher Hare Knap from Black Hill
182209Exposed Quantock Hills make survival tough for trees
182210Wild horse grazing on the summit of Higher Hare Knap
182211The descent to Holford past Lower Hare Knap
182212Stella's Tea Room and Gardens, Holford
185601A Corner of East Quantoxm Head

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