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Rachel Burch
Photographer , for 25 yrs now, ♿️ user, severe illness, 23.5 hours a day recumbent, photos taken in a 7 mile radius of my home. All pics, mine. Film Graduate.
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Rachel Burch 13s
That's the Norfolk I know 😂 Thanks
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Rachel Burch 12h
Replying to @MannyOFay
Oh, thanks 🙂❤️
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Rachel Burch 14h
Edward Bawden's lovely illustrations for Conan Doyle's Hound of the Baskervilles...
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Rachel Burch 15h
Replying to @sneezysnooze
Top right burrator bottom left Grenofen 🙂 lots of lovely mossiness upon Dartmoor 🙂
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Rachel Burch Aug 19
View near Plasterdown have a good Saturday, rainy here. .
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Angie Pedley Aug 18
I love gates. There should be a Twitter category for gate pictures
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Rachel Burch Aug 19
Replying to @muninnherself
They were 🙂
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Rachel Burch Aug 19
Replying to @wolri
Yes 🙂
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IPROW Aug 18
Gates. We meet a wonderful variety on rights of way. The old words can be significant in research too, helping identify the ancient ways.
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Robert Macfarlane Aug 18
Word(s) of the day: "genius loci" - the distinctive atmosphere or essence of a particular place; the guardian spirit of a site/landscape.
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Gates: Word origin: Old English gæt, geat, plural gatu, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gat ‘gap, hole, breach’. .
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Replying to @andtheHare
😂
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Sheep and I think ash ? Tree near pew tor this week .
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Replying to @sneezysnooze
🙂
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Replying to @sneezysnooze
No booze allowed for me because of illness, I'm not bothered 🙂
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Replying to @andtheHare
Was I'm slightly full now 🙂
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Brought by my carer Friday night feast from the Tavistock Friar.....🙂
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Dr Liv Gibbs Aug 17
The Bridle Path, Cookham by Stanley Spencer 1938 (Private Collection). From Cookham Dean looking towards Maidenhead (r) and Windsor (l).
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Rachel Burch Aug 18
Replying to @LucyDavies45
I know life can change so quickly. ❤️
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