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View above Hungerford
delia todd

View above Hungerford

We had a drive to a little (I mean really, really tiny) village called Ham, which is at the bottom of the hills above Hungerford.

We walked for a bit along a footpath (in the boiling hot sun) and found some shade in a tree where Buzzards had nested, two of the young were flying around and calling constantly, but we could hardly see them as they kept hidden by the trees.

Later, we drove higher up the hill and stopped for this wonderful view (looking north).

I'll catch up with you all later.
Date taken
18 August 2011
Equipment used
Olympus SP55O-UZ
A great ,sunny view of the English countryside. You know how to enjoy your drive around the country.
P.S. Thank you for your nice comment on my image of sea kale.

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