The Rhubarb Patch


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Chastleton House, Oxon.
An amazing Jacobean manor house little changed since the 17th century and not over-restored by the National Trust.
18/08/2011 - 17:23bwlchmawr
CategoryArchitecture
Shutter Speed1/80
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ISO100
Focal Length28mm
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GIULIO57

Link Posted 18/08/2011 - 17:24
Great compo
PPG

prsjnb

Link Posted 18/08/2011 - 19:34
My point exactly, Andrew

I had the good fortune to live in spitting distance of Chastleton (Chipping Norton) between 1987 and 1993. We got out just before is started to go 'pear-shaped' with the arrival of Clarkson and the other members of the 'Chipping Norton' set

Jon

bwlchmawr

Link Posted 18/08/2011 - 19:53
prsjnb wrote:
My point exactly, Andrew

I had the good fortune to live in spitting distance of Chastleton (Chipping Norton) between 1987 and 1993. We got out just before is started to go 'pear-shaped' with the arrival of Clarkson and the other members of the 'Chipping Norton' set

Jon

Ha! We were musing about the possibility of bumping into Clarkson whilst we were there, Jon. The Cotswolds grow so much wheat and other cereal crops that it looked like Illinois yesterday! Hardly saw any sheep.
Best wishes,

Andrew

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nonur

Link Posted 18/08/2011 - 23:32
Very good compo, indeed. Like the shining leaves with the terracota and the stately manor behind.
Regards,
Nezih

Dilek

Link Posted 19/08/2011 - 00:19
It could almost be printed as a postcard... Love the framing of the manor...
With kind regards,

Cliff-P

Link Posted 19/08/2011 - 08:06
Nicely done Andrew, I like the way the eye is lead from the pots up to the house.
Cliff.




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