A wooden church probably existed here before the Norman Conquest, the stone church was probably built in the 12th century with the rest of the church following in the century's after. Originally in Berkshire the church is now part of Oxfordshire and is part...
Back to my favorite place for a break Fforest Fields and on Sunday Evening I took a few photos for Skywatch. How about that for a Blue Sky Looing along the site past the tree gave the same sky Evening in the setting sun gave this view of the lake and this...
Different kind of mural this week which I saw on the back of a coach in Lacocok carpark. An advert for War Horse, with the horses eye watching you. On the side of the coach was a London city scene Taking Part in Monday Mural
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Customer leaves touching note, tip for waitress in honour of late brothe...
A couple dining at Mac’s Grub Shack in Spring Hill, Tennessee, left a tip to remember. After they finished their burger, beers and hot dogs,
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Couple married 67 years holds hands in final hours together
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UK temporarily bans export of 19th century photography album
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Today in History - February 11th. 1503 - Elizabeth of York, Queen Consor...
February 11th. 1466 marks the birth of Elizabeth of York at the Palace of Westminster Palace. She was the eldest child of Edward IV and Eliz