Thursday, 11 April 2013

G is for Goring


"In Englands green & pleasant Land"
The last line in the a Poem by William Blake (also the Hymn Jerusalem) and has become a collocation for the Engish Landscape. The photos I have selected today I think you will agree typify the words.

View down Streatley Hill towards Goring.

 This is part of the Thames Valley called The Goring Gap
And finally a view looking towards the Goring Gap.
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6 comments:

  1. Indeed they do. It's beautiful there.

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  2. Blake is one of my favourites, underestimated in his own time, shame. That is truly some of Englands green and pleasant land.
    You're making me homesick.

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    1. It helped that it was summer, does not look so good in the winter.

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