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Little Crosby Village
A photo I took last weekend in Little Crosby Village in NW England where the wheat crop is ready for harvest.
The church you can see is called St Mary's and, according to Wikipedia, was designed by the world famous architect Pugin. The whole village is unusual in that it has been solely inhabited by catholics for as far back as records go in England....at least as far back as the 16th century and the introduction of Anglican Protestantism.
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