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Good Morning Everyone,

This will probably be my last snowy photograph for a while, because the rain and the wind have removed all traces of snow!

This photograph was taken in the opposite direction to the one that I posted previously. The farm path is leading towards the village. On your right are buildings which were once a farms but are now converted to houses.

On the left, this used to be a piggery but no-one would believe that now, for it has been converted into a big, comfortable house. (I'm all in favour of converting and modernising buildings rather than knocking them down!)

In the background you will be able to see Boulsworth Hill. This is a huge moorland area, settled in ancient times, as proved by the discovery of flint arrow heads and later used for the extraction of lime. Nowadays, it's a popular, if energetic, walk ... in good weather!

Thank you for your interest, Bev ;-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6710 W: 304 N: 15465] (61151)
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