Monday, July 31, 2006

Morning has broken, la la la la la

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I swear there's a face on this one

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The classic Stonehenge shot

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I told you I had loads...

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This was the man that prevented us from carving our names into the rocks and living on for eternity. The bastard.

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There were loads of wierdos taking photographs

But sadly no druids.

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It were right foggy

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I've got loads of pictures of these rocks

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Spooky morning



We did get up at 4.30am to go and see it.... Posted by Picasa

Stonehenge

Where the demons dwell
Where the banshees live and they do live well
Stonehenge

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Oops

Upon arriving in Amesbury, near Stonehenge, the wall of the B&B leapt out into the road and hit us. At least that's our story and we're sticking to it.

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The roman bath, in Bath



What more can you say really? It's green because the algae in it reacts with the sunlight. Posted by Picasa

Two biplanes



I'm not really sure what they were doing flying over the b&b in formation, but I took their photo anyway. Posted by Picasa

Hello snail

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I found widescreen mode



The b&b near Bath. It was ok, the owner was frankly a bit uptight. I think she had some flittering of fame in the early nineties in the field of cookery, and was obviously a tad bitter that this hadn't continued. Posted by Picasa

Mmmmm sweeties

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Richard Briers hands' covered in shit



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The side of some rubbish castle



It was on the way to Bath, but I guess there's a reason I'd never heard of it before. As castles go it's not much to look at, and we didn't even bother to stump up the £3.50 to have a proper look. Posted by Picasa