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Photos from Worcestershire - Page 2

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Images from the Walks
165801Worcestershire Beacon, Malvern Hills
165802Superb views of Great Malvern from North Hill
165803A retrospective of North Hill
165804Looking South from the Worcestershire Beacon
165805Jubilee Hill, Pinnacle Hill and Black Hill
165811Timbered cottage at Whiteleaved Oak hamlet
183001King's Arms, Ombersley, with the footpath to the left
183002Picturesque cottage at Hadley
183003The Mill House near Nunnery Wood
183004Salwarpe Church
183005Salwarpe churchyard with ancient trees
183006Lock house on the Droitwich Canal
183007Graceful swan gliding along the Droitwich Canal
183008Bridge over the Droitwich Canal near Porter's Mill
183009A stretch of the Droitwich Canal overgrown with osiers
183010Weir on the River Salwarpe
183011A misty Black Pool on the Wychavon Way
183012More picturesque black and white houses in Ombersley
185301View from Bredon Hill
193301The River Severn at Arley
196901View across the Teme valley
213101Parking area in Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve
213102A spider's web laden with dew, Wyre Forest NNR
213103Forest trail from the Forest Lodge, Wyre Forest NNR
213104Waymark laden tree, Wyre Forest NNR
213105Small pool, Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve
213106Remains of a colony of moles, Wyre Forest NNR
213107Knowles Mill, Wyre Forest NNR
213108Knowles Mill, Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve
213109Dowles Brook, Wyre Forest
214201The red sandstone church at Grimley
214202Holt Castle in local red sandstone
214203St Martin's Church at Holt, also in local red sandstone
214204Panorama looking roughly North towards the Abberley Hills
214205Rapeseed in flower near Holt Heath
214206Would you really want to cross this fellow's back garden?
214207Pleasant little meadow with planted trees near Sinton Green
214208A series of pools ahead near Sinton Green
214209A traditional duck pond on the return to Grimley
224801Disused railway gone back to nature in the Wyre Forest
224802Footbridge or stepping stones deep in the Wyre Forest
224803A rare unforested section of land in the Wyre Forest
231301The church at Upton Snodsbury
231302Church Farm near Upton Snodsbury
238001Swinyard Hill from Castlemorton Common
238004View from slopes of Summer Hill, Upper Wyche
238005Looking South from Worcestershire Beacon
238006The Worcestershire Beacon from Summer Hill
240201The T-junction in Elmley Castle Village
240202Pershore in the Vale of Evesham and the Avon valley
240203The entrance to Kemerton Camp earthwork
240204Ramparts & ditches of Kemerton Camp
240205The river Avon in flood and the Malverns in the distance
240206Looking along plateau of Bredon Hill from Kemerton Camp
240207The permissive path to Lalu Farm
240208Lalu Farmhouse - the bridlepath runs to the right
240209The Church at Elmley Castle behind a small lake
240210Elmley Castle Church in traditional Cotswold stone
244501Upton upon Severn - Ye Olde Anchor Inn
246601The broad strip heading down to Trimpley Reservoirs

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