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    Sorting out some pics whilst at work. The lovely village of Norton St Philip near Bath. All taken with a 500D and 15-85


    Over the wicket to church


    Summer Evening


    Directions


    The George Inn, apparently the oldest continuously licensed pub in Britain


    St Philip & St James
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    Nice Series of images. the 1st is my favorite of the set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesarver View Post
    Nice Series of images. the 1st is my favorite of the set.
    Mine too!

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    Hi There,
    I must have missed these at the time, it looks a nice place, number 1 is a lovely shot, you could sell that as a postcard or greetings card in the village!!
    I like the last one too, but they are all good.

    Regards Paul

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    Lovely shots of an attractive village.

    Thanks for sharing

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    A great set Wayne, all great but I kindof like #2 best.
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    I didn't realise this had been resurrected! Thanks all for the kind words.
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    I like the whole set but my vote goes for #1.
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