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Wyebrook Farm 3

Posted by
Betsy Barron (Philadelphia, PA, United States) on 8 November 2013 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

An amazing farm-to-table dinner at this GORGEOUS 350+acre farm - I spent a few hours walking around and enjoying autumn.

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PascalXLD from Rennes, France

Superbes couleurs d'automne

Bonne journée

8 Nov 2013 6:08am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

These two posts are going to stick in my mind, for two reasons: the farmhouse and sheds look so British (just like in the Yorkshire Dales), and you have used the word autumn rather than fall. My dear it adds so much charm and normality amongst the English speaking tribes :-)
Oh and the colours, well just so biscuit tin and jig-saw puzzle, very nice indeed.
I hope the roast beef was excellent :-)

8 Nov 2013 10:27am

Tony from United Kingdom

Lovely photograph, beautiful colours with the red and green, and the building in the distance.

8 Nov 2013 10:45am