Cheddar Gorge 4194
Somerset, England

Cheddar Gorge
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The dramatic cliffs of Britains largest gorge alive with new grass, and the fresh green leaves on this young Elm tree make the picture.
Placing the tree against the part of the Gorge in shadow makes it really stand out. Wind, showers and a sprained knee making
climbing more difficult, but worth it for the glorious views. Out of picture, Jackdaws scatter around the precipices while Goats munch
on the grass below. Violets show their faces in between the different grass species. Of course there's a God.

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