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This distinctive building, dating back to Tudor times in the 16th-century, was used to supply meat for the local estate. Built by Sir John Gostwick, it contains 1500 nesting boxes. It stands in a field at Willington, near Bedford, England.
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What interesting architecture!! Wonderfully captured Mark!! :-)
Your very Kind Deb, but actually I goofed. I had a 100mm narrow lens on the camera and had to stand at the end of the field to get it in frame!
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