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St Michael's Mount, Cornwall ~ When the tide is out you can walk across

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Stepping stones to the north, Lake District, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, 2014, photographer unknown.

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Dunluce Castel, meaning Strong Fort is situated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK. Built in 12th century by Richard og de Burgh 2nd Earl of Ulster

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Somewhere on the Bow Back Waters around 1900. It was originally called Stratford Marsh... By the eighteenth century industrialisation was taking place and many wharfs were created to accommodate the import of timber, chalk, stone, coal, and wheat. By 1821, the earliest proper dock named Stratford Dock, later called Meggs Dock was created just up from Bow Bridge but after 1920, the whole site had been filled in and was occupied by factories and workshops that didn’t depend on water access.

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This is the most beautiful bridge from one side to the other....I've climbed many bridges, made lots of choices.

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Nice scenery for music video, notorious location for media production in Manchester, it is close to my home, easy access.

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The Floral Street Bridge near Covent Garden was built by Wilkinson Eyre Architects to enable dancers to access the stage of the Royal Opera House directly from the Royal Ballet School.

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Llanbedr - The village with access to spectacular mountains, woodlands, river and coast between Barmouth and Harlech in Snowdonia, Wales, UK

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Common Mistakes in Bridge Pose

Pin it! Watch out for these common mistakes in Bridge Pose. Wearing: Teeki pants, Wellicious bra. Using: Black mat pro.

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Are these the world's most dangerous roads?

#Wouldyoudare #Cotswoldoutdoor One of the world's most dangerous roads: Skippers Road in New Zealand

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