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Woman With Blue Distress Flare Standing On Field
Woman With Blue Distress Flare Standing On Field
Photo taken in Faversham, United Kingdom
Yellow Flowers Growing On Field Against Sky
Sailboats Moored On Canal By Building Against Sky
Abandoned Building On Field Against Sky
Purple Flowering Plants On Field Against Sky
Close-Up Of Purple Flowering Plants On Field
Silhouette Of Trees At Sunset
I am in Faversham at this current moment - yet this photo of me is taken in Cornwall '09 I think this is the best photo ever taken of me. Think it deserves a little more attention! :) Your Art Is Portable With Caseable Check This Out That's Me Taking Photos
Full Frame Shot Of Ropes
Full Frame Shot Of Weathered Wood
Light Trails On Road Against Sky
Blackcurrant bushes Winter, Garden of England, Kent. Garden Of England Fruit Farm Field Crop  Farming Rows Black Agriculture Landscape Scenics - Nature Environment Growth Rural Scene In A Row Crop  Tranquility Tranquil Scene Grass Beauty In Nature Plant
Oast House with Apples, Sheldwich Kent, England Travel Destinations Tourism Hops Beer Shepherd Neame Garden Of England Apples Apple Plumford Autumn Farm Orchard Brewing Countryside Tranquil Scene Architecture Vivid International
Close-Up Of Rope Tied To Boat
An oast, oast house or hop kiln is a building designed for kilning (drying) hops as part of the brewing process. They can be found in most hop-growing (and former hop-growing) areas and are often good examples of vernacular architecture. Many redundant oasts have been converted into houses. The names oast and oast house are used interchangeably in Kent and Sussex. In Surrey, Hampshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire they are always called hop kilns. Architecture Built Structure Building Exterior Building Plant House Landscape Land Tree Residential District Field Nature Scenics - Nature Environment No People Outdoors Beauty In Nature Green Color Day Sky Mountain Oast House Getty Images Vivid International
Close-Up Of Life Belt Hanging On Rusty Metal
Low Tide Faversham Creek, Kent. Creek Morris Minor 1000 Travel Boats England Faversham Kent England Low Tide Mode Of Transportation No People Outdoors Tourism Transportation Travel Travel Destinations
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Oast Houses , Boughton under Blean is a village and civil parish between Faversham and Canterbury in south-east England. "Boughton under Blean" technically refers only to the hamlet at the top of Boughton Hill; the main village at the foot of the hill is named Boughton Street, but the whole is referred to as "Boughton under Blean" or more commonly as just "Boughton". Bar Church Pub Tourism Telephone Village Sign Kent Hops Countryside Wheat Brewing Phone Box Public House Brewery The Red Lion Travel Destinations Flower Box Oast House Shepherd Neame Vivid International Oasthouse Three Horse Shoes Hernhill Macknade Farm Architecture Built Structure Land Sky Field Environment Plant Building Exterior Agriculture Rural Scene Landscape Nature No People Building Day House Tranquil Scene Scenics - Nature Farm Grass Outdoors
Sailboats Moored At Harbor Against Cloudy Sky
Shepherd Neame Brewery, Faversham,Kent Beer Brewery Brewing Process Production Hops Garden Of England Oast House Maltings Malt Hop Pocket Stained Glass Window Steam Fog Industry Workers Employee Countryside Rural Scene EyeEm Gallery Getty Images Architecture Tourism Shepherd Neame
Old rowboat, Faversham, England, United Kingdom Agriculture Beauty In Nature Day Field Grass Green Color Landscape Nature Nautical Vessel No People Outdoors River Riverbank Rural Scene Scenics Sky Tranquil Scene Tranquility Water Watermill
Abandoned Boat On Field Against Blue Sky
The Shipwright's Arms Faversham, is well over 300 years old, although it is said that traces of an earlier building date back to the thirteenth century. Its beginings may be shrouded by the mists of time, but we know that the pub was first licensed in 1738, although it would have functioned as an Inn well before that. Apart from serving pirates and smugglers, the Inn was a well known place for sailors and fishermen in the Thames estuary to stop and refresh themselves while waiting to go up the Creek to Faversham to unload. In those days it would also have been quite normal for an Inn serving mariners to provide certain 'feminine comforts' as well. At one time the pub was a revenue cutter station, which would not have gone down well with those 'gentlemen of the night' who preferred their illicit activities to go unnoticed. Creek Kent Travel United Kingdom Fishing Boat Fishing Industry Low Tide Mud Sunrise Tourism
Oast Houses , Boughton under Blean is a village and civil parish between Faversham and Canterbury in south-east England. "Boughton under Blean" technically refers only to the hamlet at the top of Boughton Hill; the main village at the foot of the hill is named Boughton Street, but the whole is referred to as "Boughton under Blean" or more commonly as just "Boughton". Church Hernhill Kent Macknade Farm Oast House Pub Shepherd Neame Sign The Red Lion Wheat Bar Brewery Brewing Countryside Flower Box Hops Oasthouse Phone Box Public House Telephone Three Horse Shoes Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International
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Boat Yard,Faversham Creek, Faversham, Kent. Creek Water Kent Boat Day Faversham Fishing Industry Houseboat Ropes Boats Tourism Travel Destinations Vivid International Wooden
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Iron Wharf Boat Yard Faversham Kent Day Drilling Rig Faversham Harbor Houseboat Industry Kent Nautical Vessel No People Outdoors Riverside Sky Tourism Transportation Travel Destinations Vivid International Wooden Boat
Faversham Creek, Faversham, Kent Kent Riverside Travel United Kingdom Architecture Boat Canals And Waterways Day England Low Tide Mode Of Transportation Moored Nature Nautical Vessel Outdoors Punt River Tourism Transportation Travel Travel Destinations Water
St Michael and All Angels Architecture Built Structure Building Exterior Sky Cloud - Sky History The Past
Scenic View Of Agricultural Field Against Sky
Scenic View Of Agricultural Field Against Sky
Bow Deck Boat Yaught Mud Faversham Faversham Creek Boating Sailing Sailing Boat Teak Travel Tranquility No People High Angle View Built Structure Wood - Material Water Outdoor Play Equipment
Red Inflatable Ring On Rusty Built Structure
Low Tide Faversham Creek, Kent. Creek Morris Minor 1000 Travel Boats England Faversham Kent England Low Tide Mode Of Transportation No People Outdoors Tourism Transportation Travel Travel Destinations
Cropped Image Of Musician Playing Musical Equipment
Boats Moored In Sea
Small farm bridge Agriculture Beauty In Nature Canal Cloud Cloud - Sky Cloudy Countryside Damaged Day Footbridge Green Nature No People Non-urban Scene Outdoors Plant Rural Scene Scenics Sky Solitude Tranquil Scene Tranquility Tree
Faversham farm with a bridge Agriculture Beauty In Nature Canal Cloud Cloud - Sky Cloudy Countryside Damaged Day Footbridge Green Nature No People Non-urban Scene Outdoors Plant Rural Scene Scenics Sky Solitude Tranquil Scene Tranquility Tree
Rural Landscape Against Cloudy Sky
Gomphotherium, (/ˌɡɒmfəˈθɪəriəm/; "Welded Beast") is an extinct genus of proboscid from the Neogene and early Pleistocene of Eurasia, Africa, and North America. Proboscids Ice Age Nature Animal Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Day Extinct Herbivorous History Mammal No People One Animal Outdoors Travel Destinations Tree Vertebrate Vivid International Walking With Dinosaurs
Sunrise, Oast Houses, Selling, Kent,England. Selling is a village and civil parish southeast of Faversham and west of Canterbury in Kent, England. Architecture Beer EyeEm Gallery Shepherd Neame Tranquility Architecture Brewing Built Structure Bygone Era Countryside Garden Of England History Hops Nature Rural Scene Sunrise Tourism Travel Destinations
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An oast, oast house or hop kiln is a building designed for kilning (drying) hops as part of the brewing process. They can be found in most hop-growing (and former hop-growing) areas and are often good examples of vernacular architecture. Many redundant oasts have been converted into houses. The names oast and oast house are used interchangeably in Kent and Sussex. In Surrey, Hampshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire they are always called hop kilns. Oast House Garden Of England Hops Church Travel Destinations Tourism Village Countryside Rural Scene Drying Process Beer Brewery Brewing Getty Images Vivid International Eyeem Countryside EyeEm Gallery Architecture Plant Built Structure Building Exterior Building No People Nature Tree Sky Religion History Place Of Worship The Past Belief Spirituality Tower Growth Outdoors
Faversham river Architecture Bridge Bridge - Man Made Structure Building Exterior Built Structure Canal Cloud Cloud - Sky Cloudy Day Footbridge Nature Outdoors Park Plant Reflection Scenics Sky Standing Water Tourism Tranquil Scene Tranquility Travel Destinations Tree Water
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Selective focus of raindrops on leaf
Oast House, Kent Hop Fields ,Faversham,Kent Beer Farm Kent Oast House Shepherd Neame United Kingdom Architecture Brewery Brewing Built Structure Clear Sky Day Hop Pole Hops Nature No People Outdoors Plant Rural Scene School Sky Tourism Travel Destinations Tree Village
Sunrise, Oast Houses, Selling, Kent,England. Selling is a village and civil parish southeast of Faversham and west of Canterbury in Kent, England. Architecture Beer EyeEm Gallery Shepherd Neame Tranquility Architecture Brewing Built Structure Bygone Era Countryside Garden Of England History Hops Nature Rural Scene Sunrise Tourism Travel Destinations
Baboons are Old World monkeys belonging to the genus Papio, part of the subfamily Cercopithecinae which are found natively in very specific areas of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.[2] The five species are some of the largest non-hominoid members of the primate order; only the mandrill and the drill are larger. Previously, the closely related gelada (genus Theropithecus) and the two species (mandrill and drill) of genus Mandrillus were grouped in the same genus, and these Old World monkeys are still often referred to as baboons in everyday speech. They range in size and weight depending on species. The Guinea baboon is 50 cm (20 in) and weighs only 14 kg (31 lb), while the largest chacma baboon can be 120 cm (47 in) and weigh 40 kg (88 lb). Endangered Species Feeding  Travel Animal Family Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Baboon Bamboo Day Land Mammal Nature No People One Animal Outdoors Plant Primate Sitting Tourism Travel Destinations Vertebrate Vivid International Wildlife
St Peter & St Paul Church ,Boughton under Blean is a village and civil parish between Faversham and Canterbury in south-east England. "Boughton under Blean" technically refers only to the hamlet at the top of Boughton Hill; the main village at the foot of the hill is named Boughton Street, Church Footpath Kent United Kingdom Wheat Field Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Graveyard Green Color History Place Of Worship Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International
Snowdrops Close-Up
Baboons are Old World monkeys belonging to the genus Papio, part of the subfamily Cercopithecinae which are found natively in very specific areas of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.[2] The five species are some of the largest non-hominoid members of the primate order; only the mandrill and the drill are larger. Previously, the closely related gelada (genus Theropithecus) and the two species (mandrill and drill) of genus Mandrillus were grouped in the same genus, and these Old World monkeys are still often referred to as baboons in everyday speech. They range in size and weight depending on species. The Guinea baboon is 50 cm (20 in) and weighs only 14 kg (31 lb), while the largest chacma baboon can be 120 cm (47 in) and weigh 40 kg (88 lb). Endangered Species Feeding  Travel Animal Family Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Baboon Bamboo Day Land Mammal Nature No People One Animal Outdoors Plant Primate Sitting Tourism Travel Destinations Vertebrate Vivid International Wildlife
Oast House Broughton Under Blean, Kent, England. Beer EyeEm Gallery Hop Pocket Labourer Market Shepherd Neame Tractor Tradition Vines Working Bag Brewing Brexit Countryside Farming Garden Of England Harvest Hops Product Rural Scene Tourism Travel Destinations
St Peter & St Paul Church ,Boughton under Blean is a village and civil parish between Faversham and Canterbury in south-east England. "Boughton under Blean" technically refers only to the hamlet at the top of Boughton Hill; the main village at the foot of the hill is named Boughton Street, Church Footpath Kent United Kingdom Wheat Field Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Graveyard History Religion Tourism Travel Destinations Village Vivid International
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Extreme Close-Up of Blue Flower Blooming
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Scenic View Of Mountains And Sea Against Sky
Seasalter is a village (and district council ward) in the Canterbury District of Kent, England. It is located by the sea on the north coast of Kent, between the towns of Whitstable and Faversham, facing the Isle of Sheppey across the estuary of the River Swale. Kent United Kingdom Whitstable Abandoned Agricultural Building Architecture Barn Beach Beach Box Building Building Exterior Built Structure Day Deterioration Life Ring No People Obsolete Outdoors Pebble Tourism Travel Destinations Vivid International Wood - Material Wooden
An oast, oast house or hop kiln is a building designed for kilning (drying) hops as part of the brewing process. They can be found in most hop-growing (and former hop-growing) areas and are often good examples of vernacular architecture. Many redundant oasts have been converted into houses. The names oast and oast house are used interchangeably in Kent and Sussex. In Surrey, Hampshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire they are always called hop kilns. Oast House Garden Of England Hops Church Travel Destinations Tourism Village Countryside Rural Scene Drying Process Beer Brewery Brewing Getty Images Vivid International Eyeem Countryside EyeEm Gallery Architecture Plant Built Structure Building Exterior Building No People Nature Sky Tree The Past History Religion Old House Place Of Worship Belief Day Spirituality Clock
View Of Old Ruins
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Oast House, Kent Hop Fields ,Faversham,Kent Beer Farm Kent Oast House Shepherd Neame United Kingdom Architecture Brewery Brewing Built Structure Clear Sky Day Hop Pole Hops Nature No People Outdoors Plant Rural Scene School Sky Tourism Travel Destinations Tree Village
Baboons are Old World monkeys belonging to the genus Papio, part of the subfamily Cercopithecinae which are found natively in very specific areas of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.[2] The five species are some of the largest non-hominoid members of the primate order; only the mandrill and the drill are larger. Previously, the closely related gelada (genus Theropithecus) and the two species (mandrill and drill) of genus Mandrillus were grouped in the same genus, and these Old World monkeys are still often referred to as baboons in everyday speech. They range in size and weight depending on species. The Guinea baboon is 50 cm (20 in) and weighs only 14 kg (31 lb), while the largest chacma baboon can be 120 cm (47 in) and weigh 40 kg (88 lb). Endangered Species Feeding  Travel Animal Family Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Baboon Bamboo Day Land Mammal Nature No People One Animal Outdoors Plant Primate Sitting Tourism Travel Destinations Vertebrate Vivid International Wildlife
Davington church is a prominent and much-loved local feature, which stands on top of a ridge above Stonebridge Pond. The Norman Priory Church is dedicated to St Mary Magdalene and St Lawrence and is the oldest existing building in the Faversham area. Most of its building construction dates from the second half of the twelfth century. Beside it, is a Priory house. This is largely the remains of Davington Priory, which was founded in 1153 for a prioress and her 26 Benedictine nuns. It is well known for being the home of Bob Geldof. Church Holiday I Don't Like Mondays Kent Architecture Building Building Exterior Built Structure History Place Of Worship Priory Religion Spirituality Tourism Travel Destinations Vivid International
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Old Wooden Gate On Field
Yellow Flowers On Plant
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Victory Wood which was planted in 2005 to mark the 200th anniversary of Britain’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. There are open habitats too, along with two areas of ancient woodland, all surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which includes some of the most scenic and diverse examples of natural woodland in south-east England. Battle Of Trafalgar WoodLand Walking Oak Tree Planting Nelsons Column Lord Nelson Garden Of England Natural Beauty Statue Arts Culture And Entertainment Countryside Gateway To The Blean Art And Craft Sculpture Representation Creativity Cloud - Sky Solid Craft Nature History Royal Navy
Close-Up Of Bird On Rock At Field
Cropped Image Of Person Holding Maple Leaf
Full Frame Shot of Yellow Flowers
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Close-Up Of Wheat Growing On Field At Sunset
Close-Up Of Grass Against Sky During Sunset
Close-Up Of Flowers Blooming Outdoors
Close-Up Of White Flowers
Close-Up Of Trumpet With Reflection
Low Angle View Of Flowers On Branch
Close-Up Of Purple Flowers Blooming Outdoors

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