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British Heritage

Discussion in 'Photographic Locations' started by Nigel_Atherton, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. Wheelu

    Wheelu Well-Known Member

    Coming in late as usual, but I see no mention of Durham cathedral. This has arguably the best location of any cathedral worldwide as it stands high above the steeply sloping wooded banks of the river Wear.

    I have snapped it numerous times and have lost count of the number of international tourists who have asked me to take their photos as well. One such person, a retired architect from the states, said that he had visited most of the cathedrals in Europe but none could compare with this particular view.
  2. StevenP

    StevenP New Member

    New Lanark Heritage Village in North Lanarkshire,Scotland is worth a look
  3. AGW

    AGW Well-Known Member

    (pssst.... South Lanarkshire)
  4. missmarple

    missmarple New Member

    Love Bodiam,

    Been there several times. Very atmospheric. But to really get the medieval feel I would recommend Conwy castle in Wales. Not just because the castle itself is excellent but because it is situated in a walled town. As if you go centuries back in time.


    I'm a big fan of British Heritage
  5. efsb

    efsb Member

    Durham don't allow photography inside the cathedral - or at least they didn't when I last visited. Gorgeous outside - I agree.
  6. laj

    laj Well-Known Member

    I've just got back from Caernarfon and in 4 days I took over 1000 photos. It is beautiful there
    Caernarfon Castle
    Segontium Roman Fort
    St Baglans Church, Llanfaglan
    Slatemine, llanberis
    betws y coed

    I have a few photos on my flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/laj1/

  7. missmarple

    missmarple New Member

    Great looking pictures Laura!


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  8. chris000

    chris000 Well-Known Member

    Knowlton Church, Dorset

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