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England

Mary Fletcher | Bradford on Avon

Bradford on Avon

Bradford-on-Avon is almost too good-looking. Built on six centuries of wool and weaving wealth, the town’s fine mix of medieval-shonky and Georgian-grand buildings tumble idyllically down the valley and around the river, hugged by soul-stirring English countryside.
Mary Fletcher | The Kings Men Stone Circle

The Kings Men Stone Circle

This stone circle makes up part of the Rollright Stones on the Oxfordshire and Warwickshire border. The Kings Men circle dates back to early bronze age. Here the sun came out and lit up the stones before the skies opened.
Mary Fletcher | The Granary

The Granary

The granary is an old barn situated next to the Tithe barn in Bradford-on-Avon. It dates back to the early 14th century.
Mary Fletcher | The Bridge Tea Rooms

The Bridge Tea Rooms

If you were asked to describe the most English of English tearooms then this would probably be the one. The Bridge Tea Rooms at Bradford on Avon now offers the very best in traditionally British Afternoon Teas. The afternoon ritual of serving tea has been developed to a fine art, so the Bridge Tea Rooms has been recognized as excellent by the prestigious UK Tea Guild for the past 20 years. Delicate bone china, the finest leaf teas, and friendly staff in Victorian costumes serving home-made cakes, pastries and sandwiches all combine to make a visit unforgettable. The period property, built around 1502, is found nestling in the heart of this popular and attractive market town in Wiltshire which abounds with period buildings and character.
Mary Fletcher | Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire

Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire

Canons Ashby is a small and pretty much deserted village in Northamptonshire, England. This is part of the surrounding landscape, close to the priory. Canons Ashby was first mentioned in the Doomsday Book.
Mary Fletcher | Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Stonehenge is an ancient circle of stones in the county of Wiltshire UK. It is a mystery as to what the purpose of these stones were and how they were transported from many miles away in those ancient times. This image was taken from a public highway.
Mary Fletcher | Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Stonehenge is an ancient circle of stones in the county of Wiltshire UK. It is a mystery as to what the purpose of these stones were and how they were transported from many miles away in those ancient times. This image was taken from a public highway.
Mary Fletcher | St Austell Farmland

St Austell Farmland

Farmland views from Kestle farm to St Austell and the English China Clay area.
Mary Fletcher | Noon Collection

Noon Collection

A bright red post box in set into a wall in rural Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Normanton Church, Rutland

Normanton Church, Rutland

Visitors to Rutland Water, and to Normanton Church in particular, marvel at how the building seems to float on the water. They might be even more intrigued to know that the lost village of Nether Hambleton lies under the water. Once a thriving community, the village was flooded during the creation of the Rutland Water reservoir.
Mary Fletcher | Two British Icons

Two British Icons

Two very British icons, the Royal Mail red post box and the red telephone box. The red telephone box was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and, along with the red post box and the red London bus, is an instantly recognizable symbols of Britain.