Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

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This week’s weekly photo challenge theme is Lost in the Detail.  The idea is that instead of the usual landscape shot (below) you look into the landscape at the detail (above).

The subject for the post is Stokesay Castle in Shropshire.

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17 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

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  3. GOSH! I HAVE to visit this place when we visit England again. So precious and charming.:)

  4. Imagine trying to build a house like that today! I’m at the Philadelphia Flower Show for “Brilliant!”, the PHS nod to the creative genious of British gardens. It’s wonderfu but not quite as fabulous as the real thing!

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  11. Helen, I really enjoyed this view of the castle via architectural detail. I hope you are having a Happy Birthday.

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