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Thank you Pat. This place is so short a distance away from home but until I took my camera there I'm ashamed to say I hadn't really looked at it properly.Thankyou Starlord, that is kind of you, and I'm glad you like my home country!
I do like England ever so much :-) And I like the views you post, along with the additional information. Thanks.
very interesting... Thanks...
Well maybe I'll take my camera there again later in the year!
If the town looks this pretty in winter, it must be gorgeous in summer!
Oh Ank, I hadn't realised that. How sad.
A beauty Lorna. But a dangerous profession he had. Too must dust. It was Antonios profession. And as you now........
Thank you both for your nice comments pkh and Cathy!
Beautiful picture of a beautiful place! Thank you Lorna.
Very, very old. I like the way the tomb becomes part of the tree (or vice versa).
Why thank you kind sir!
great shot Lorna
Bradjan, no, he was a local stonemason! I guess that having spent his life creating memorials for other folk, it was decided to create a very unique one for him!You've been doing your homework Laura? Yes, it is pretty old! Thank you both.
I just read that the oldest grave there in Painswick is dated back to 1623. That's old!
Wow, what a surprise to see a pyramid tomb away from Egypt. Was the deceased Egyptian?