What a cool photo. I'm picturing it as the sleeve for a folk album, possibly one that's filled with songs about thwarted lovers stabbing their unfaithful sweethearts in a ditch...
What, 'Bridge over troubled thwarters'?boom boom
It reminds me of the Cotswolds.
Reminds me of west Wiltshire, around Bath.
It's Staffordshire out towards Shropshire.And there WERE a number of bodies under that bridge that looked like they might have been thwarted. I didn't think anything of it at the time but you could have a point....
I thought it looked like a Bauhaus album cover. "The Hump-Back of Notre Damn" or something. Which could also be full of songs about thwarted lovers stabbing their unfaithful sweethearts in a ditch. And sores.It works however you look at it.
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What was wrong with black and white? You racist!
Ach, you've ruined it. Now it just looks like something off the Archers website. You lost your nerve. Shame on you.
That's the Shire of Lord of the Rings fame, innit?
VERY Hangman's Beautiful Daughter.
Bloody awful. You know what that scene needs, Valentine? Concrete, that's what. Concrete, and lots of it! How d'ye like THEM onions, you thieving rat bastard?
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