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"Solitude" by Cass ©. A Photo of Derwent Water, in the Lake District, England.
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Laura Lizcano(6th June 2011 - Austin, Texas)
I lived in England (RAF Lakenheath) in the early 70's, my Dad was in the Air Force. I would love to return to visit the beautiful countryside. I do love this website for the awesome pictures!!
Karthik Sampathkumar(27th May 2011 - India)
Amazing Snaps...Ever Green Memories of England...I love Watford
Nermina(20th May 2011 - Bosnia)
Thanks for all beautiful photos, I love England :)
val carpenter(29th April 2011 - kent, wa.)
looking for ancestors from the house of maynard in theadderbury, england area. charles maynard born on 12/02/1827 email@example.com
ruth smith(17th April 2011 - Baltimore, MD)
thank you for these lovely pictures. I may use them for my computer screen.
JÃ¼rgen FÃ¶rster(7th April 2011 - Berlin-Germany)
I would just like to say,that Kent is a beautifull County. Last year I spent four weeks in a village called Chilham. This year we will be spending four weeks, on a mini pony farm near Aldington ( Ashford ) I was born in Berlin ( Germany )But was brought up in Leeds Yorshire until I went Back to Berlin at the age of 18.
Anthony(7th April 2011 - Japan)
I love England, and the pictures you offer make me dream!
jessica gray bates(28th March 2011 - usa)
Pictures are breath taking!! My family roots start in Dunholme, Caenby Corner. Grandpa Doubikin's birth place. Thank you for sharing pictures from England, very nice!!!
Joan(24th March 2011 - England)
Anyone know where Sutton Hill was in 1812? Could be Warwickshire or Shropshire. I am needing a photo for Family Tree. Am also researching Norton and Plant surnames.
Ronnie Phillips(30th January 2011 - San Diego Ca. USA)
A treasure trove of subject matter for landscape artists thats what it is. Its enough to make one seriously consider hopping across the pond from San Diego California for a visit, probably this summer. Good job keep it coming!
Bruce(29th January 2011 - Kansas, USA)
I have never been to England, but I would love to visit there one day. When I lived in California, an English friend of mine opened an English Pub there. All the staff were from England. Every 4th of July, we would have a picnic and softball game. It would be the Brits vs. Yanks. After the softball game a soccer game would break out. The Brits always brought a soccer ball, to the picnic. It was like Manchester vs. Leeds. My friend said he was a "Geordie"(sp), I'm not quite sure how to spell it. He was from Manchester.
myrtlenewsome(21st January 2011 - KENTUCKY)
I WOULD LOVE TO LIVE IN ENGLAND IT HAS BEEN SOMETHING I HAVE ALL WANTED TO DO I WOULD LOVE TO FIND A VERY SMALL TOWN AND JUST ENJOY LIFE
Samantha Usher(11th January 2011 - Australia)
Love them all! The photos take me back down memory lane and you have some very talented photographers. Keep up the good work people!
lidia rosu(2nd January 2011 - Bucharest, Romania)
Thank you for these wonderful pictures and the information you share with us. It's my "escape" at weekends.I have also recommended this site to my students if they want to feel "britishness".
cynthia chapin(24th December 2010 - Monroe Georgia U.S.A.)
I have been to England several times and love it Ashby-de-la-zouch looks beautiful. My sisterinlaw lives there you take great photos
Linda Titcomb Somers(7th December 2010 - Amesbury Massachusetts)
I would love to visit Amesbury England, since I was born in Amesbury Massachusetts and live just a few miles from Salisbury Massachusetts which sets on the Atlantic Ocean.
Heidi Stoddard(27th November 2010 - Northern New England)
I long to Visit England's countryside.I feel as though it has been calling me since a child & now as I am getting older the feeling is stronger by the moment.If money was not an option I would relocate and live out the rest of my life in a wonderful little cottage with a pond and my Labrador and my trio of Geese. Peace,Happiness& Cheers to all!
Donald Caverly(19th November 2010 - Florida USA)
Very much enjoyed finding Wallington Hall, and its wonderful photographs...being a Caverly I can relate to this Hall, hope to visit it one day soon..thanks for your efforts...Don C.
Dr Ram Rau(16th November 2010 - Chennai,India)
Wonderful website.Reminds me of happy days spent in England from 1990-1996 while I worked in the NHS.I used to explore the countryside on weekends driving, walking, trekking, punting and boating. My favourite places were Freshwater in Isle of Wight(do they still have that little pub on the waterfront)Rivington Pike and the drive on the A74 to Edinburgh. Your pictures evoke fond memories of my stay. Many thanks!
Lindy S. Hudis(7th November 2010 - Los Angeles, Ca)
Wonderful website, I love looking at pictures of England. My husband was born in London, and his family is from there. We hope to go there some day. I have never been, but want to visit. Your website just makes me want to visit even more!
Random England fact:
James Watt, who lived in Birmingham 1775-1819 developed the steam engine. He also invented the letter copying machine, which was the forerunner of the photocopier. The light bulb rating 'Watt', a standard throughout the world, is named after him.
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