Heart of England Way

View from Rowington towards Mousley End (approximate) on the Heart of England Way, 18.11.2012

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12 Responses to “Heart of England Way”

  1. Bashar A.

    Hey Adrian, are you aware that your theme doesn’t have a next or previous button/link? I found it difficult to navigate without them… had to go back to my email to know where to start.
    I thought I’d point it out in case you are considering re-adding it 🙂

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      • Bashar A.

        I’m working on my new website and shortly after leaving that comment I decided to check the theme I’m working on… to no surprise: I have the same issue… go figure 🙂
        I think it’ll require some code modification but not 100% sure…

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  2. Leanne Cole

    For me, this is such a typical view of England, or rather the view I imagine, great image. I love the lushness that seems to be apparent in the English countryside. Our countryside is in the process of turning brown.

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    • adrianpym

      We are or were almost underwater the amount of rain we had last week. It’ll be snow next! One thing we do have is a lot of weather.

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  3. traceykphotography

    I love the way the fields are broken up by the fences and hedgerows. I’ve been reading about the Midlands in guidebooks in preparation for a trip to the U.K.., and am so looking forward to seeing places like this in person!

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    • adrianpym

      Tracey its a great part of the world with lots to see. I hope you enjoy your trip and I look forward to seeing some of your photos of the Midlands.

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