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View from Burnham village towards Burnham Beeches Nature Reserve.Buckinghamshire, UK.
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I like this very much Irina – great capture and image
thank you so much, Mattie! it doesn’t snow enough in UK… every snowfall is a miracle! :)
– Irina Chuckowree
Winter under sand isn’t as much fun as winter wonderland Irina!beautiful capture :o) xx
thank you for the fave, Robin! :)
many thanks, John! :)
Beautiful Winter scene Irina!!
thank you, Fern!
Wonderful capture Irina!
many thanks for the comment and the fave, Roy! much appreciated! :)
thank you, Andrei!
Beautiful winter scene!
many thanks, Stephen!
Are these the woods which came to Dunsinane and help’d undo the treacherous Macbeth? Forsooth, gadzooks – such a fair capture doest thou maketh here, Irina – it finds a favoured place upon my gallery wall. :)george
Not sure about the Macbeth association, but the film “Robin Hood” with Kevin Costner was filmed here, as well as many other well known films (Pinewood Studios are just round the corner). It is an ancient woodland, and only half an hour walk from my house.I bow gracefully in gratitude before you, Sir, for allowing this image into your favorite gallery! :)
Nice winterscene, Irina.Jan
thank you, Jan! :)
Looks like I’m in the wrong neck of the wrong woods, Irina! Macbeth is set a bit further North… I’m amazed that this site was used in “A Town like Alice” – referring to Alice Springs in the heart of Australia. Must see if I can find that film and have another look … a very informative link – thank you muchly – I can see how it was used for the other movies mentioned. :)george
I haven’t seen “A Town like Alice”. I should find that film myself :)The real Sherwood Forest is also much further North, but I heard there isn’t much of a forest left… I’m grateful to the London Corporation for taking care of this one!