Wells Cathedral

Wells is a small town in Somerset – well it’s not a town it’s actually a city, the smallest city in England and the second smallest in Britain as it has a very fine cathedral.

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Lytes Cary

Lytes Cary is a manor house with associated chapel and gardens in Somerset, England. The property, owned by the National Trust, has parts dating to the 14th century, the House is Grade I listed.

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The Shard

You know when you have been spending too much on camera gear when a camera retailer invites you to a paid focus group session – and so it was this week that I found myself in London with an hour or so free – just enough time to have a wonder around the London Bridge area a grab a few shots of London’s tallest building The Shard.

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Fort Boyard

Fort Boyard is a fort located between the Île-d’Aix and the Île d’Oléron in the Pertuis d’Antioche straits, on the west coast of France. Though a fort on Boyard bank was suggested as early as the 17th century, it was not until the 1800s under Napoleon Bonaparte that work began. Building started in 1801 and was completed in 1857.

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More Cabanes

More colourful Cabanes – this time in Le Chateau d’Oleron.  A number of these old Oyster farming cabins have been converted into artists studios whilst others remain in their original use, all in all a rather odd mix – still they do make good photographic  subjects although enough is enough and other subjects await.

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