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Winchester: Magical & Mystical (Part 2)

July 24, 2010

In Winchester Part I, I wrote about the city center. Now we go past the city walls and into the water meadows and other interesting places along the way! I hope you enjoy it as much as Part I.

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Name: Vicki
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Jul 25, 2010 8:24 AM CST
I'm always in awe of the architecture and buildings that are "so OLD" that you photograph. I so appreciate stone work and to know that the stonemasons surely didn't have the tools that are available today just blows me away.

This is something we never get to see in our country because our country is so young.

Your nature photographs always touch me to the heart of my soul.

Thank you so much for another wonderful article.


Name: Neil
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Jul 25, 2010 8:33 AM CST
Dear Vicki, it is always pleasure to show you a little bit of our small island! How did they build that with nothing we have. I do not know, nor can I comprehend. However it is beautiful and to me a work of art, hand built over 900 years ago, soon to be 1000!
The whole of the place has an awe around it, that I cannot describe. The only way is to visit it, and within 30 seconds you will see what I mean.

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