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Wales: A Couple More

Buttington, on the road to Shrewsbury. Nikon D700, 70 - 200 f2.8 @ 70mm, 1/640s, f6.3, ISO 500. The Danes were apparently defeated in a battle round about here in AD890. More here.

On the road to Machynlleth, possibly round about

52° 42.082', -3° 32.586'

though I might well be wrong - no GPS was used in teh construction of this photograph. Very Wales, (pop. 3,000,000) though, I'm sure you will agree. 


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