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Stock Photo #4282-29107, England, Cornwall, Rosemergy. Remains of the 19th-century Carn Galver tin mine including an engine house with a tapering stone and redbrick chimney.
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England, Cornwall, Rosemergy. Remains of the 19th-century Carn Galver tin mine including an engine house with a tapering ston...
England, Cornwall, Rosemergy. Remains of the 19th-century Carn Galver tin mine including an engine house with a tapering stone and redbrick chimney.
Stock Photo #4282-14496, England, Lincolnshire, Tattershall. A view across the moat to the mid 15th century rectangular tower keep of Tattershall Castle, noted for its early use of brick.
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England, Lincolnshire, Tattershall. A view across the moat to the mid 15th century rectangular tower keep of Tattershall Cast...
England, Lincolnshire, Tattershall. A view across the moat to the mid 15th century rectangular tower keep of Tattershall Castle, noted for its early use of brick.
Stock Photo #4282-14558, England, Kent, Cooling. Two groups of children's graves known as Pip's Graves in St James' churchyard on the Hoo Peninsula.
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England, Kent, Cooling. Two groups of children's graves known as Pip's Graves in St James' churchyard on the Hoo Peninsula.
Stock Photo #4282-14520, England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge. The Stonehenge trilithons silhouetted after sunset.
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England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge. The Stonehenge trilithons silhouetted after sunset.
Stock Photo #4282-14553, Wales, Anglesey, Caergeiliog. Capel Siloh Baptist chapel beside the old main Holyhead road (A5) SE of Valley, founded in 1847 and rebuilt in 1866.
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Wales, Anglesey, Caergeiliog. Capel Siloh Baptist chapel beside the old main Holyhead road (A5) SE of Valley, founded in 1847...
Wales, Anglesey, Caergeiliog. Capel Siloh Baptist chapel beside the old main Holyhead road (A5) SE of Valley, founded in 1847 and rebuilt in 1866.
Stock Photo #4282-14511, Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. A traditional red telephone box - a K6 kiosk designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. A traditional red telephone box - a K6 kiosk designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate ...
Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. A traditional red telephone box - a K6 kiosk designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935.
Stock Photo #4282-14560, England, Essex, Colchester. Jumbo the Water Tower, in Balkerne Passage, prior to conversion to domestic use. The tower which was last employed to store water in 1988.
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England, Essex, Colchester. Jumbo the Water Tower, in Balkerne Passage, prior to conversion to domestic use. The tower which ...
England, Essex, Colchester. Jumbo the Water Tower, in Balkerne Passage, prior to conversion to domestic use. The tower which was last employed to store water in 1988.
Stock Photo #4282-29100, Wales, Gwynedd, Llanberis. A coal-fired steam locomotive (Snowdon No. 4) and carriage ascending the Snowdon Mountain Railway between Hebron Station and Halfway Station. The narrow gauge, rack and pinion railway, first opened 1896, reaches an altitude of just below 3,500 feet.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Llanberis. A coal-fired steam locomotive (Snowdon No. 4) and carriage ascending the Snowdon Mountain Railway ...
Wales, Gwynedd, Llanberis. A coal-fired steam locomotive (Snowdon No. 4) and carriage ascending the Snowdon Mountain Railway between Hebron Station and Halfway Station. The narrow gauge, rack and pinion railway, first opened 1896, reaches an altitude of just below 3,500 feet.
Stock Photo #4282-14515, England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
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England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it j...
England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
Stock Photo #4282-14557, Wales, Anglesey, Beaumaris. Looking across the moat at the SW tower and outer curtain wall of Edward I's Beaumaris Castle.
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Wales, Anglesey, Beaumaris. Looking across the moat at the SW tower and outer curtain wall of Edward I's Beaumaris Castle.
Stock Photo #4282-29099, Wales, Pembrokeshire, St Govan's Chapel. St Govan's Chapel was built on the site where the 6th-century Irish hermit, St Govan, had his cell and holy well at the base of steep cliffs.
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Wales, Pembrokeshire, St Govan's Chapel. St Govan's Chapel was built on the site where the 6th-century Irish hermit, St Govan...
Wales, Pembrokeshire, St Govan's Chapel. St Govan's Chapel was built on the site where the 6th-century Irish hermit, St Govan, had his cell and holy well at the base of steep cliffs.
Stock Photo #4282-14565, England, Somerset, Glastonbury Abbey. The Lady Chapel and site of the tombs of 'King Arthur and Queen Guinevere' at Glastonbury Abbey.
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England, Somerset, Glastonbury Abbey. The Lady Chapel and site of the tombs of 'King Arthur and Queen Guinevere' at Glastonbu...
England, Somerset, Glastonbury Abbey. The Lady Chapel and site of the tombs of 'King Arthur and Queen Guinevere' at Glastonbury Abbey.
Stock Photo #4282-14555, Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. The River Ffraw flows to the dunes and coast under Hen Bont, built 1731 by Sir Arthur Owen of Bodowen, which was the main road bridge until 1932.
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Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. The River Ffraw flows to the dunes and coast under Hen Bont, built 1731 by Sir Arthur Owen of Bod...
Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. The River Ffraw flows to the dunes and coast under Hen Bont, built 1731 by Sir Arthur Owen of Bodowen, which was the main road bridge until 1932.
Stock Photo #4282-14559, England, Essex, Canewdon. A wheat field and St Nicholas' 15th-century church on Beacon Hill where the Danish leader Cnut (Canute) camped before the Battle of Assundun in 1016.
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England, Essex, Canewdon. A wheat field and St Nicholas' 15th-century church on Beacon Hill where the Danish leader Cnut (Can...
England, Essex, Canewdon. A wheat field and St Nicholas' 15th-century church on Beacon Hill where the Danish leader Cnut (Canute) camped before the Battle of Assundun in 1016.
Stock Photo #4282-14542, England, Lincolnshire , Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary to Hessle in East Yorkshire.
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England, Lincolnshire , Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuar...
England, Lincolnshire , Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary to Hessle in East Yorkshire.
Stock Photo #4282-29108, England, Cornwall, Charlestown. Charlestown is a famous film and television location (Poldark, etc.) built 1793-1801 for local industrialist Charles Rashleigh. The dock is still used to export China clay and refit tall ships. Two small local fishing boats known as 'toshes' are moored in the outer harbour.
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England, Cornwall, Charlestown. Charlestown is a famous film and television location (Poldark, etc.) built 1793-1801 for loca...
England, Cornwall, Charlestown. Charlestown is a famous film and television location (Poldark, etc.) built 1793-1801 for local industrialist Charles Rashleigh. The dock is still used to export China clay and refit tall ships. Two small local fishing boats known as 'toshes' are moored in the outer harbour.
Stock Photo #4282-14528, Wales, Anglesey, Britannia Bridge. Looking SE at the Britannia Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Robert Stephenson with Sir William Fairburn, built 1846-50 across the Menai Strait.
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Wales, Anglesey, Britannia Bridge. Looking SE at the Britannia Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Robert Stephenson with Si...
Wales, Anglesey, Britannia Bridge. Looking SE at the Britannia Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Robert Stephenson with Sir William Fairburn, built 1846-50 across the Menai Strait.
Stock Photo #4282-14545, Wales, Anglesey, Beaumaris. Looking across the moat at the western outer curtain wall and towers of Edward I's Beaumaris Castle.
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Wales, Anglesey, Beaumaris. Looking across the moat at the western outer curtain wall and towers of Edward I's Beaumaris Cast...
Wales, Anglesey, Beaumaris. Looking across the moat at the western outer curtain wall and towers of Edward I's Beaumaris Castle.
Stock Photo #4282-14525, Scotland, Orkney, Hoy. Sign beside the B9049, at the NE of Hoy, pointing down the track to Garson post office beside Burra Sound, with Graemsay island and Orkney Mainland in the distance.
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Scotland, Orkney, Hoy. Sign beside the B9049, at the NE of Hoy, pointing down the track to Garson post office beside Burra So...
Scotland, Orkney, Hoy. Sign beside the B9049, at the NE of Hoy, pointing down the track to Garson post office beside Burra Sound, with Graemsay island and Orkney Mainland in the distance.
Stock Photo #4282-14519, England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge. The Stonehenge trilithons silhouetted after sunset.
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England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge. The Stonehenge trilithons silhouetted after sunset.
Stock Photo #4282-14508, Wales, Gwynedd, Tre'r Ceiri Hillfort. A wide view from the summit of Yr Eifl to the peaks of the Snowdon Range looking over the NW part of the Lleyn Peninsula, the coast of Caernarfon Bay and the drystone walls and ruined huts of the Town of the Giants.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Tre'r Ceiri Hillfort. A wide view from the summit of Yr Eifl to the peaks of the Snowdon Range looking over t...
Wales, Gwynedd, Tre'r Ceiri Hillfort. A wide view from the summit of Yr Eifl to the peaks of the Snowdon Range looking over the NW part of the Lleyn Peninsula, the coast of Caernarfon Bay and the drystone walls and ruined huts of the Town of the Giants.
Stock Photo #4282-14570, England, Shropshire, Melverley. St Peter's church dates mainly from around 1406 (porch and bell tower 1670) and is one of the very few completely timber-framed churches in Shropshire.
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England, Shropshire, Melverley. St Peter's church dates mainly from around 1406 (porch and bell tower 1670) and is one of the...
England, Shropshire, Melverley. St Peter's church dates mainly from around 1406 (porch and bell tower 1670) and is one of the very few completely timber-framed churches in Shropshire.
Stock Photo #4282-14507, Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. Ripe Merton Worcester apples on a tree in a garden orchard near Caernarfon.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. Ripe Merton Worcester apples on a tree in a garden orchard near Caernarfon.
Stock Photo #4282-14561, England, Essex, Northey Island. National Trust bird reserve on a tidal island reached by a causeway across the River Pant.
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England, Essex, Northey Island. National Trust bird reserve on a tidal island reached by a causeway across the River Pant.
Stock Photo #4282-14534, England, Norfolk, Little Massingham. Fingerpost on a section of the Peddars Way long distance footpath NE of King's Lynn.
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England, Norfolk, Little Massingham. Fingerpost on a section of the Peddars Way long distance footpath NE of King's Lynn.
Stock Photo #4282-14527, England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. The western end of Lincoln Cathedral showing part of the exterior of the Early English Gothic nave and the Perpendicular towers topping the Norman west front.
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England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. The western end of Lincoln Cathedral showing part of the exterior of the Early English Gothic...
England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. The western end of Lincoln Cathedral showing part of the exterior of the Early English Gothic nave and the Perpendicular towers topping the Norman west front.
Stock Photo #4282-14518, England, Suffolk, Dunwich. People walking along the beach at Dunwich, once the capital of the Saxon kingdom of East Anglia and a thriving Medieval town and port. Starting with the Great Storm of 1326 it was all washed away and the cliffs continue to erode.
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England, Suffolk, Dunwich. People walking along the beach at Dunwich, once the capital of the Saxon kingdom of East Anglia an...
England, Suffolk, Dunwich. People walking along the beach at Dunwich, once the capital of the Saxon kingdom of East Anglia and a thriving Medieval town and port. Starting with the Great Storm of 1326 it was all washed away and the cliffs continue to erode.
Stock Photo #4282-14501, Scotland, Orkney, Lamb Holm. Queen of Peace Chapel (The Italian Chapel) built by Italian prisoners of war 1943-5 using two corrugated iron Nissen huts decorated with scrap, surplus and salvaged materials.
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Scotland, Orkney, Lamb Holm. Queen of Peace Chapel (The Italian Chapel) built by Italian prisoners of war 1943-5 using two co...
Scotland, Orkney, Lamb Holm. Queen of Peace Chapel (The Italian Chapel) built by Italian prisoners of war 1943-5 using two corrugated iron Nissen huts decorated with scrap, surplus and salvaged materials.
Stock Photo #4282-14562, England, Kent, Canterbury. Stour Street Friary, founded on the small island of Binnewith between two arms of the River Stour.
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England, Kent, Canterbury. Stour Street Friary, founded on the small island of Binnewith between two arms of the River Stour.
Stock Photo #4282-14547, Wales, Anglesey, Holyhead. Exterior view of St Cybi's church built on to the wall of Caer Gybi Roman fort.
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Wales, Anglesey, Holyhead. Exterior view of St Cybi's church built on to the wall of Caer Gybi Roman fort.
Stock Photo #4282-14549, Wales, Gwynedd, Menai Suspension Bridge. The mainland end of the Menai Bridge including an original iron, crossing sun-rays gate designed by Thomas Telford.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Menai Suspension Bridge. The mainland end of the Menai Bridge including an original iron, crossing sun-rays g...
Wales, Gwynedd, Menai Suspension Bridge. The mainland end of the Menai Bridge including an original iron, crossing sun-rays gate designed by Thomas Telford.
Stock Photo #4282-14503, England, Cornwall, Crows-an-wra. A three-sided milestone and converted chapel at a junction on the A30 road between Penzance and Land's End.
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England, Cornwall, Crows-an-wra. A three-sided milestone and converted chapel at a junction on the A30 road between Penzance ...
England, Cornwall, Crows-an-wra. A three-sided milestone and converted chapel at a junction on the A30 road between Penzance and Land's End.
Stock Photo #4282-14505, Wales, Denbighshire, Loggerheads Country Park. Two members of the Ermine Street Guard re-enactment society dressed as Roman legionaries standing outside their goatskin tent.
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Wales, Denbighshire, Loggerheads Country Park. Two members of the Ermine Street Guard re-enactment society dressed as Roman l...
Wales, Denbighshire, Loggerheads Country Park. Two members of the Ermine Street Guard re-enactment society dressed as Roman legionaries standing outside their goatskin tent.
Stock Photo #4282-14540, Scotland, Isle of Skye, Macleod's Tables. Looking SW from near Vatten, across Pool Roag and Roag crofting village to two distinctive flat-topped and stepped hills of basaltic lava associated with Alasdair Crotach, 7th chief of the MacLeods of Dunvegan.
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Scotland, Isle of Skye, Macleod's Tables. Looking SW from near Vatten, across Pool Roag and Roag crofting village to two dist...
Scotland, Isle of Skye, Macleod's Tables. Looking SW from near Vatten, across Pool Roag and Roag crofting village to two distinctive flat-topped and stepped hills of basaltic lava associated with Alasdair Crotach, 7th chief of the MacLeods of Dunvegan.
Stock Photo #4282-14550, Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. Aberffraw village, the River Ffraw and stone-arched Hen Bont bridge seen from the dunes.
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Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. Aberffraw village, the River Ffraw and stone-arched Hen Bont bridge seen from the dunes.
Stock Photo #4282-14563, Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Dumfries. The Burns Mausoleum in St Michael's kirkyard contains the remains of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns (1759-96), his sons Maxwell, Francis Wallace and Robert, and of his wife Jean Armour.
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Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Dumfries. The Burns Mausoleum in St Michael's kirkyard contains the remains of Scotland's na...
Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Dumfries. The Burns Mausoleum in St Michael's kirkyard contains the remains of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns (1759-96), his sons Maxwell, Francis Wallace and Robert, and of his wife Jean Armour.
Stock Photo #4282-14533, England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
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England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it j...
England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
Stock Photo #4282-14517, England, Lincolnshire, Boston. Modern memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers beside The Haven, the wide channel of the River Witham running from Boston port to The Wash. It commemorates their first attempt, in September 1607, to emigrate for religious freedom.
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England, Lincolnshire, Boston. Modern memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers beside The Haven, the wide channel of the River Witham ...
England, Lincolnshire, Boston. Modern memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers beside The Haven, the wide channel of the River Witham running from Boston port to The Wash. It commemorates their first attempt, in September 1607, to emigrate for religious freedom.
Stock Photo #4282-14567, England, Tyne and Wear, Jarrow. A replica Anglo-Saxon cross overlooking the River Tyne at Bede's World in Jarrow.
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England, Tyne and Wear, Jarrow. A replica Anglo-Saxon cross overlooking the River Tyne at Bede's World in Jarrow.
Stock Photo #4282-14500, Scotland, Orkney, Brodgar. Ring of Brodgar stone circle and henge looking towards the Loch of Harray.
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Scotland, Orkney, Brodgar. Ring of Brodgar stone circle and henge looking towards the Loch of Harray.
Stock Photo #4282-29103, Scotland, North Ayrshire, Holy Island. Rock painting of Marpa the Translator, founder of the Kargyupa (Kargyutpa) sect of Tibetan Buddhism which is based on enlightenment through meditation. Holy Isle has been owned by Tibetan Buddhists and used for their retreats and courses since 1993.
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Scotland, North Ayrshire, Holy Island. Rock painting of Marpa the Translator, founder of the Kargyupa (Kargyutpa) sect of Tib...
Scotland, North Ayrshire, Holy Island. Rock painting of Marpa the Translator, founder of the Kargyupa (Kargyutpa) sect of Tibetan Buddhism which is based on enlightenment through meditation. Holy Isle has been owned by Tibetan Buddhists and used for their retreats and courses since 1993.
Stock Photo #4282-14568, Wales, Carmarthenshire, Laugharne. The grave of Welsh poet and writer Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-53) and his wife Caitlin Thomas (nee Caitlin Macnamara, 1913-94) in St Martin of Tours' churchyard.
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Wales, Carmarthenshire, Laugharne. The grave of Welsh poet and writer Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-53) and his wife Caitlin Tho...
Wales, Carmarthenshire, Laugharne. The grave of Welsh poet and writer Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-53) and his wife Caitlin Thomas (nee Caitlin Macnamara, 1913-94) in St Martin of Tours' churchyard.
Stock Photo #4282-14539, Scotland, Isle of Skye, Macleod's Tables. Looking SW from Dunvegan, across Loch Dunvegan and Garrachan, to two distinctive flat-topped and stepped hills of basaltic lava associated with Alasdair Crotach, 7th chief of the MacLeods of Dunvegan.
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Scotland, Isle of Skye, Macleod's Tables. Looking SW from Dunvegan, across Loch Dunvegan and Garrachan, to two distinctive fl...
Scotland, Isle of Skye, Macleod's Tables. Looking SW from Dunvegan, across Loch Dunvegan and Garrachan, to two distinctive flat-topped and stepped hills of basaltic lava associated with Alasdair Crotach, 7th chief of the MacLeods of Dunvegan.
Stock Photo #4282-14506, Scotland, Isle of Lewis, Uig Sands. Looking southwards at the Lon Erista river flowing out across Traigh Uige (Uuige) on the Valtos (Bhaltos) peninsula. The Lewis Viking Chessmen were uncovered in the dunes to the rear, beyond which are the mountains of Mealisval and Tahaval.
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Scotland, Isle of Lewis, Uig Sands. Looking southwards at the Lon Erista river flowing out across Traigh Uige (Uuige) on the ...
Scotland, Isle of Lewis, Uig Sands. Looking southwards at the Lon Erista river flowing out across Traigh Uige (Uuige) on the Valtos (Bhaltos) peninsula. The Lewis Viking Chessmen were uncovered in the dunes to the rear, beyond which are the mountains of Mealisval and Tahaval.
Stock Photo #4282-14566, England, Tyne and Wear, Jarrow. Interior of a reconstructed Anglo-Saxon timber hall at Bede's World, based on an example excavated at Thirlings, near Wooler.
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England, Tyne and Wear, Jarrow. Interior of a reconstructed Anglo-Saxon timber hall at Bede's World, based on an example exca...
England, Tyne and Wear, Jarrow. Interior of a reconstructed Anglo-Saxon timber hall at Bede's World, based on an example excavated at Thirlings, near Wooler.
Stock Photo #4282-14564, England, Somerset, Glastonbury Tor. Looking up at Glastonbury Tor and St Michael's Tower from the NE, showing the terracing which some see as an ascending spiral pathway or sacred maze.
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England, Somerset, Glastonbury Tor. Looking up at Glastonbury Tor and St Michael's Tower from the NE, showing the terracing w...
England, Somerset, Glastonbury Tor. Looking up at Glastonbury Tor and St Michael's Tower from the NE, showing the terracing which some see as an ascending spiral pathway or sacred maze.
Stock Photo #4282-14512, England, Lincolnshire, Boston. St Botolph's church beside the River Witham has the tallest Medieval tower in England. Mainly 14th century, the church is Decorated Gothic in style, the tower Pependicular.
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England, Lincolnshire, Boston. St Botolph's church beside the River Witham has the tallest Medieval tower in England. Mainly ...
England, Lincolnshire, Boston. St Botolph's church beside the River Witham has the tallest Medieval tower in England. Mainly 14th century, the church is Decorated Gothic in style, the tower Pependicular.
Stock Photo #4282-29109, England, Cornwall, Minions. The Cheesewring and other weather-sculpted, granite rock-stacks on Stowes Hill on Bodmin Moor.
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England, Cornwall, Minions. The Cheesewring and other weather-sculpted, granite rock-stacks on Stowes Hill on Bodmin Moor.
Stock Photo #4282-14522, Scotland, Orkney, Ring of Brodgar. Ring of Brodgar stone circle and henge looking towards the Loch of Harray.
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Scotland, Orkney, Ring of Brodgar. Ring of Brodgar stone circle and henge looking towards the Loch of Harray.
Stock Photo #4282-14516, Scotland, Argyll and Bute, Iona. A view along the shore of St Ronan's Bay from the jetty at Baile Mor, showing the main village street with the abbey beyond.
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Scotland, Argyll and Bute, Iona. A view along the shore of St Ronan's Bay from the jetty at Baile Mor, showing the main villa...
Scotland, Argyll and Bute, Iona. A view along the shore of St Ronan's Bay from the jetty at Baile Mor, showing the main village street with the abbey beyond.
Stock Photo #4282-14541, England, Lincolnshire, Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary to Hessle in East Yorkshire.
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England, Lincolnshire, Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary...
England, Lincolnshire, Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary to Hessle in East Yorkshire.
Stock Photo #4282-14514, England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
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England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it j...
England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
Stock Photo #4282-14532, England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
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England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it j...
England, Norfolk, Burgh Castle Reach. The northern end of the River Waveney, just west of Burgh Castle Roman fort, where it joins the River Yare in Breydon Water leading to the coast at Great Yarmouth.
Stock Photo #4282-14504, England, Cornwall, Portmellon. Early morning sunshine illuminates the Rising Sun Inn and Rock Cottage in Portmellon cove between Chapel Point and Mevagissey near St Austell.
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England, Cornwall, Portmellon. Early morning sunshine illuminates the Rising Sun Inn and Rock Cottage in Portmellon cove betw...
England, Cornwall, Portmellon. Early morning sunshine illuminates the Rising Sun Inn and Rock Cottage in Portmellon cove between Chapel Point and Mevagissey near St Austell.
Stock Photo #4282-29102, Wales, Powys, Cilmery. Memorial to Llywelyn ap Gruffydd (Llywelyn the Last Welsh Prince of Wales) unveiled 23 June 1956. The monolith stands on a mound at Cefn y Bedd, Cilmery, near Irfon Bridge where Llywelyn was wounded, then beheaded, after a skirmish with the English forces of Edward I, 11 December 1282.
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Wales, Powys, Cilmery. Memorial to Llywelyn ap Gruffydd (Llywelyn the Last Welsh Prince of Wales) unveiled 23 June 1956. The ...
Wales, Powys, Cilmery. Memorial to Llywelyn ap Gruffydd (Llywelyn the Last Welsh Prince of Wales) unveiled 23 June 1956. The monolith stands on a mound at Cefn y Bedd, Cilmery, near Irfon Bridge where Llywelyn was wounded, then beheaded, after a skirmish with the English forces of Edward I, 11 December 1282.
Stock Photo #4282-14537, Scotland, Isle of Skye, Skye Bridge. Looking from Kyleakin on Skye at the Skye Bridge, a former toll bridge which carries the A87 across Loch Alsh, via Eilean Ban island, from Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland.
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Scotland, Isle of Skye, Skye Bridge. Looking from Kyleakin on Skye at the Skye Bridge, a former toll bridge which carries the...
Scotland, Isle of Skye, Skye Bridge. Looking from Kyleakin on Skye at the Skye Bridge, a former toll bridge which carries the A87 across Loch Alsh, via Eilean Ban island, from Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland.
Stock Photo #4282-14552, Wales, Anglesey, Rhoscolyn. Rhoscolyn Baptist chapel, minister's house and schoolroom, founded in 1787 although the classical facade on the present building is dated 1906.
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Wales, Anglesey, Rhoscolyn. Rhoscolyn Baptist chapel, minister's house and schoolroom, founded in 1787 although the classical...
Wales, Anglesey, Rhoscolyn. Rhoscolyn Baptist chapel, minister's house and schoolroom, founded in 1787 although the classical facade on the present building is dated 1906.
Stock Photo #4282-14551, Wales, Anglesey, Menai Suspension Bridge. Looking up from the Anglesey shore of the Menai Strait at Telford's Suspension Bridge, opened to traffic in January 1826 as part of his A5 London to Holyhead coach road.
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Wales, Anglesey, Menai Suspension Bridge. Looking up from the Anglesey shore of the Menai Strait at Telford's Suspension Brid...
Wales, Anglesey, Menai Suspension Bridge. Looking up from the Anglesey shore of the Menai Strait at Telford's Suspension Bridge, opened to traffic in January 1826 as part of his A5 London to Holyhead coach road.
Stock Photo #4282-14569, Wales, Carmarthenshire, Laugharne. The grave of Caitlin Thomas (nee Caitlin Macnamara, 1913-94) and her husband the Welsh poet and writer Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-53) in St Martin of Tours' churchyard.
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Wales, Carmarthenshire, Laugharne. The grave of Caitlin Thomas (nee Caitlin Macnamara, 1913-94) and her husband the Welsh poe...
Wales, Carmarthenshire, Laugharne. The grave of Caitlin Thomas (nee Caitlin Macnamara, 1913-94) and her husband the Welsh poet and writer Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-53) in St Martin of Tours' churchyard.
Stock Photo #4282-14544, Wales, Pembrokeshire, St David's. Detail of arcaded parapet above the Great Hall of St David's Bishop's Palace. The work of Bishop Henry de Gower 1328-47.
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Wales, Pembrokeshire, St David's. Detail of arcaded parapet above the Great Hall of St David's Bishop's Palace. The work of B...
Wales, Pembrokeshire, St David's. Detail of arcaded parapet above the Great Hall of St David's Bishop's Palace. The work of Bishop Henry de Gower 1328-47.
Stock Photo #4282-14572, England, Wiltshire, Avebury. The huge stones of the Cove - originally an arrangement of three - stand within the remains of a smaller setting inside the Great Circle's north-east quadrant at Avebury.
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England, Wiltshire, Avebury. The huge stones of the Cove - originally an arrangement of three - stand within the remains of a...
England, Wiltshire, Avebury. The huge stones of the Cove - originally an arrangement of three - stand within the remains of a smaller setting inside the Great Circle's north-east quadrant at Avebury.
Stock Photo #4282-14510, England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. The western end of Lincoln Cathedral showing part of the exterior of the Early English Gothic nave and the Perpendicular towers topping the Norman west front.
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England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. The western end of Lincoln Cathedral showing part of the exterior of the Early English Gothic...
England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. The western end of Lincoln Cathedral showing part of the exterior of the Early English Gothic nave and the Perpendicular towers topping the Norman west front.
Stock Photo #4187-33944, Actor Mykelti Williamson with Vintage Pickup Truck,
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Actor Mykelti Williamson with Vintage Pickup Truck,
Stock Photo #4282-29104, England, Dorset, Maiden Castle Hillfort. A view along the multiple ditch and bank defences on the south side of Maiden Castle near Dorchester, one of the finest, largest and most complex Iron Age hillforts in Britain.
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England, Dorset, Maiden Castle Hillfort. A view along the multiple ditch and bank defences on the south side of Maiden Castle...
England, Dorset, Maiden Castle Hillfort. A view along the multiple ditch and bank defences on the south side of Maiden Castle near Dorchester, one of the finest, largest and most complex Iron Age hillforts in Britain.
Stock Photo #4282-14499, Scotland, Orkney, Stones of Stenness. Stones of Stenness stone circle and henge silhouetted at sunrise.
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Scotland, Orkney, Stones of Stenness. Stones of Stenness stone circle and henge silhouetted at sunrise.
Stock Photo #4282-14535, England, Bath & North East Somerset, Bath. Bath Abbey, rebuilt in 1499 in the Perpendicular style by Bishop Oliver King whose dream of angels ascending the Ladders of Heaven is illustrated on the west front.
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England, Bath & North East Somerset, Bath. Bath Abbey, rebuilt in 1499 in the Perpendicular style by Bishop Oliver King whose...
England, Bath & North East Somerset, Bath. Bath Abbey, rebuilt in 1499 in the Perpendicular style by Bishop Oliver King whose dream of angels ascending the Ladders of Heaven is illustrated on the west front.
Stock Photo #4282-14554, Wales, Anglesey, Newborough. Capel Ebeneser (Hebrew Eben-ezer: stone of the help), Calvinistic Methodist chapel founded 1785 and later re-built in Classical style.
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Wales, Anglesey, Newborough. Capel Ebeneser (Hebrew Eben-ezer: stone of the help), Calvinistic Methodist chapel founded 1785 ...
Wales, Anglesey, Newborough. Capel Ebeneser (Hebrew Eben-ezer: stone of the help), Calvinistic Methodist chapel founded 1785 and later re-built in Classical style.
Stock Photo #4282-14523, England, Hampshire, Portchester Castle. The rectangular Norman keep of Portchester Castle built at the North West corner of the Roman Saxon Shore fort.
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England, Hampshire, Portchester Castle. The rectangular Norman keep of Portchester Castle built at the North West corner of t...
England, Hampshire, Portchester Castle. The rectangular Norman keep of Portchester Castle built at the North West corner of the Roman Saxon Shore fort.
Stock Photo #4282-29110, Wales, Conwy, Conwy. A view from Conwy castle over three bridges crossing the Conwy estuary, the A547 road bridge finished 1958, the Conwy Suspension Bridge built 1821-26 by Thomas Telford, and the 1848 tubular Railway Bridge by Robert Stephenson.
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Wales, Conwy, Conwy. A view from Conwy castle over three bridges crossing the Conwy estuary, the A547 road bridge finished 19...
Wales, Conwy, Conwy. A view from Conwy castle over three bridges crossing the Conwy estuary, the A547 road bridge finished 1958, the Conwy Suspension Bridge built 1821-26 by Thomas Telford, and the 1848 tubular Railway Bridge by Robert Stephenson.
Stock Photo #4282-29101, England, Northumberland, Flodden Field. Piper's Hill Monument on Branxton Ridge was erected in 1910 as a memorial to the last, most bloody battle fought in Northumberland. On 9th September 1513 the English, led by the Earl of Surrey, defeated the Scots led by their king, James IV, who was killed.
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England, Northumberland, Flodden Field. Piper's Hill Monument on Branxton Ridge was erected in 1910 as a memorial to the last...
England, Northumberland, Flodden Field. Piper's Hill Monument on Branxton Ridge was erected in 1910 as a memorial to the last, most bloody battle fought in Northumberland. On 9th September 1513 the English, led by the Earl of Surrey, defeated the Scots led by their king, James IV, who was killed.
Stock Photo #4282-14530, England, Lincolnshire, Boston. St Botolph's church beside the River Witham has the tallest Medieval tower in England. Mainly 14th century, the church is Decorated Gothic in style, the tower Pependicular.
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England, Lincolnshire, Boston. St Botolph's church beside the River Witham has the tallest Medieval tower in England. Mainly ...
England, Lincolnshire, Boston. St Botolph's church beside the River Witham has the tallest Medieval tower in England. Mainly 14th century, the church is Decorated Gothic in style, the tower Pependicular.
Stock Photo #4282-14494, Wales, Pembrokeshire, Pembroke. The Chevron Corporation (formerly Texaco) oil refinery at Rhoscrowther seen across a field of flowering corn poppies.
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Wales, Pembrokeshire, Pembroke. The Chevron Corporation (formerly Texaco) oil refinery at Rhoscrowther seen across a field of...
Wales, Pembrokeshire, Pembroke. The Chevron Corporation (formerly Texaco) oil refinery at Rhoscrowther seen across a field of flowering corn poppies.
Stock Photo #4282-14509, England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. Cast bronze by George Frederick Watts of poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson in Minster Yard with one of the cathedral's western towers visible to the rear.
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England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. Cast bronze by George Frederick Watts of poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson in Minster Yard ...
England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. Cast bronze by George Frederick Watts of poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson in Minster Yard with one of the cathedral's western towers visible to the rear.
Stock Photo #4282-14531, England, Lincolnshire, Boston. Modern memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers beside The Haven, the wide channel of the River Witham running from Boston port to The Wash.
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England, Lincolnshire, Boston. Modern memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers beside The Haven, the wide channel of the River Witham ...
England, Lincolnshire, Boston. Modern memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers beside The Haven, the wide channel of the River Witham running from Boston port to The Wash.
Stock Photo #4282-14546, Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking SE from the Eagle Tower of Caernarfon Castle over the Queen's Tower, Slate Quay and the River (Afon) Seiont towards Moel Eilio and other peaks of Snowdonia.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking SE from the Eagle Tower of Caernarfon Castle over the Queen's Tower, Slate Quay and the R...
Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking SE from the Eagle Tower of Caernarfon Castle over the Queen's Tower, Slate Quay and the River (Afon) Seiont towards Moel Eilio and other peaks of Snowdonia.
Stock Photo #4282-14571, England, Cornwall, Forrabury. A Georgian headstone, decorated with an angel, stands beside the path to St Symphorian's church on Forrabury Common above Boscastle harbour.
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England, Cornwall, Forrabury. A Georgian headstone, decorated with an angel, stands beside the path to St Symphorian's church...
England, Cornwall, Forrabury. A Georgian headstone, decorated with an angel, stands beside the path to St Symphorian's church on Forrabury Common above Boscastle harbour.
Stock Photo #4282-14513, England, Norfolk, King's Lynn. A Hanseatic warehouse lining a narrow lane leading down to the River Great Ouse, built c 1475 as a depot for the Hanse.
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England, Norfolk, King's Lynn. A Hanseatic warehouse lining a narrow lane leading down to the River Great Ouse, built c 1475 ...
England, Norfolk, King's Lynn. A Hanseatic warehouse lining a narrow lane leading down to the River Great Ouse, built c 1475 as a depot for the Hanse.
Stock Photo #4282-14543, England, Lincolnshire , Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary to Hessle in East Yorkshire.
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England, Lincolnshire , Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuar...
England, Lincolnshire , Barton-upon-Humber. The Humber Bridge from the shore at Barton-upon-Humber crossing the Humber estuary to Hessle in East Yorkshire.
Stock Photo #4282-14538, Scotland, Isle of Skye, Skye Bridge. Looking from Kyleakin on Skye at the Skye Bridge, a former toll bridge which carries the A87 across Loch Alsh, via Eilean Ban island, from Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland.
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Scotland, Isle of Skye, Skye Bridge. Looking from Kyleakin on Skye at the Skye Bridge, a former toll bridge which carries the...
Scotland, Isle of Skye, Skye Bridge. Looking from Kyleakin on Skye at the Skye Bridge, a former toll bridge which carries the A87 across Loch Alsh, via Eilean Ban island, from Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland.
Stock Photo #4282-14498, England, Somerset, Crewkerne. Flag of St George - red cross on a white background - flying from the tower of St Bartholomew's late Medieval church which was originally founded as a Saxon minster.
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England, Somerset, Crewkerne. Flag of St George - red cross on a white background - flying from the tower of St Bartholomew's...
England, Somerset, Crewkerne. Flag of St George - red cross on a white background - flying from the tower of St Bartholomew's late Medieval church which was originally founded as a Saxon minster.
Stock Photo #4282-14529, Wales, Anglesey, Britannia Bridge. Looking SE at the Britannia Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Robert Stephenson with Sir William Fairburn, built 1846-50 across the Menai Strait.
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Wales, Anglesey, Britannia Bridge. Looking SE at the Britannia Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Robert Stephenson with Si...
Wales, Anglesey, Britannia Bridge. Looking SE at the Britannia Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Robert Stephenson with Sir William Fairburn, built 1846-50 across the Menai Strait.
Stock Photo #4282-14497, England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge. A wide landscape view of the Stonehenge trilithons silhouetted after sunset and moonrise.
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England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge. A wide landscape view of the Stonehenge trilithons silhouetted after sunset and moonrise.
Stock Photo #4282-14548, Wales, Anglesey, Holyhead. Allotments on Prince of Wales Road with Salt Island and the harbour beyond.
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Wales, Anglesey, Holyhead. Allotments on Prince of Wales Road with Salt Island and the harbour beyond.
Stock Photo #4282-14526, England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. Cast bronze by George Frederick Watts of poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson in Minster Yard with one of Lincoln cathedral's western towers visible in the background.
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England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. Cast bronze by George Frederick Watts of poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson in Minster Yard ...
England, Lincolnshire, Lincoln. Cast bronze by George Frederick Watts of poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson in Minster Yard with one of Lincoln cathedral's western towers visible in the background.
Stock Photo #4282-29106, Wales, Gwynedd, Aberdaron. St Hywyn's double-aisled, late Norman church is situated at the end of the Lleyn peninsula, near the embarkation point for pilgrims to Bardsey Island. It's seaside graveyard contains many finely carved slate headstones from the 1800s.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Aberdaron. St Hywyn's double-aisled, late Norman church is situated at the end of the Lleyn peninsula, near t...
Wales, Gwynedd, Aberdaron. St Hywyn's double-aisled, late Norman church is situated at the end of the Lleyn peninsula, near the embarkation point for pilgrims to Bardsey Island. It's seaside graveyard contains many finely carved slate headstones from the 1800s.
Stock Photo #4282-14536, Wales, Anglesey and Gwynedd, Menai Bridge. St Tysilio's church and graveyard on Church Island in the Menai Strait with Telford's Menai Suspension Bridge in the distance.
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Wales, Anglesey and Gwynedd, Menai Bridge. St Tysilio's church and graveyard on Church Island in the Menai Strait with Telfor...
Wales, Anglesey and Gwynedd, Menai Bridge. St Tysilio's church and graveyard on Church Island in the Menai Strait with Telford's Menai Suspension Bridge in the distance.
Stock Photo #4282-14521, England, Somerset, Crewkerne. The flag of St George flying from the tower of St Bartholomew's late Medieval church which was originally founded as a Saxon minster.
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England, Somerset, Crewkerne. The flag of St George flying from the tower of St Bartholomew's late Medieval church which was ...
England, Somerset, Crewkerne. The flag of St George flying from the tower of St Bartholomew's late Medieval church which was originally founded as a Saxon minster.
Stock Photo #4187-33941, Actor Mykelti Williamson in Vintage Pickup Truck,
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Actor Mykelti Williamson in Vintage Pickup Truck,
Stock Photo #4282-14524, Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking South East from the Eagle Tower of Caernarfon Castle over the Queen's Tower, Slate Quay and the River (Afon) Seiont towards Moel Eilio and other peaks of Snowdonia.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking South East from the Eagle Tower of Caernarfon Castle over the Queen's Tower, Slate Quay a...
Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking South East from the Eagle Tower of Caernarfon Castle over the Queen's Tower, Slate Quay and the River (Afon) Seiont towards Moel Eilio and other peaks of Snowdonia.
Stock Photo #4282-14573, Wales, Conwy, Glyder Fach. Walkers in snow and ice following the path up the northern side of Glyder Fach in the Snowdonia National Park.
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Wales, Conwy, Glyder Fach. Walkers in snow and ice following the path up the northern side of Glyder Fach in the Snowdonia Na...
Wales, Conwy, Glyder Fach. Walkers in snow and ice following the path up the northern side of Glyder Fach in the Snowdonia National Park.
Stock Photo #4282-14502, Scotland, Isle of Skye, Staffin. Looking southwards from the Quiraing road between Staffin and Uig at moorland, peat cuttings and stacks with part of the Trotternish Ridge running diagonally in the background.
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Scotland, Isle of Skye, Staffin. Looking southwards from the Quiraing road between Staffin and Uig at moorland, peat cuttings...
Scotland, Isle of Skye, Staffin. Looking southwards from the Quiraing road between Staffin and Uig at moorland, peat cuttings and stacks with part of the Trotternish Ridge running diagonally in the background.
Stock Photo #4282-14556, Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. Aberffraw village, the River Ffraw and stone-arched Hen Bont bridge seen from the dunes.
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Wales, Anglesey, Aberffraw. Aberffraw village, the River Ffraw and stone-arched Hen Bont bridge seen from the dunes.
Stock Photo #4282-14495, Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking NW along the River (Afon) Seiont at high tide with Slate Quay and Caernarfon Castle dappled by winter sunshine. The castle stands at the point where the river flows into the Menai Strait.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking NW along the River (Afon) Seiont at high tide with Slate Quay and Caernarfon Castle dappl...
Wales, Gwynedd, Caernarfon. Looking NW along the River (Afon) Seiont at high tide with Slate Quay and Caernarfon Castle dappled by winter sunshine. The castle stands at the point where the river flows into the Menai Strait.
Stock Photo #4282-29105, Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. A bright and fully open sunflower (Helianthus annuus) looking up at its head, petals, stamens, stigmas, stem and upper leaves set against a pale blue sky with violet clouds.
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Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. A bright and fully open sunflower (Helianthus annuus) looking up at its head, petals, stamens, s...
Wales, Gwynedd, Penisarwaun. A bright and fully open sunflower (Helianthus annuus) looking up at its head, petals, stamens, stigmas, stem and upper leaves set against a pale blue sky with violet clouds.

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