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The ancient labyrinth, Julian's Bower, Alkborough

The ancient labyrinth, Julian's Bower, Alkborough

The Most Ancient and Magnificent Trees From Around the World | <em>Bowthorpe Oak Trunk</em>. Manthorpe, England, 2002. The legendary Bowthorpe Oak with its rugged bole, gnarled branches and a great spread of crown stands in a grassy meadow behind a stone farmhouse in Bourne, Lincolnshire.   | Credit: Beth Moon | From Wired.com

Manthorpe, England, photo - Beth Moon The legendary Bowthorpe Oak with its rugged bole, gnarled branches and a great spread of crown stands in a grassy meadow behind a stone farmhouse in Bourne, Lincolnshire.

Greestone Stairs, Lincoln.  It is said that a bouncing, severed head bowls down the steps knocking people over if they're not quick enough to move out of the way.....

Greestone Stairs, Lincoln It is said that a bouncing, severed head bowls down the steps knocking people over if they're not quick enough to move out of the way. A picture of: Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Ancient Cathedral, Lincoln, England photo via theartstudent

Ancient Cathedral, Lincoln, England photo via theartstudent (Blue Pueblo)

Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire England. Birthplace of Isaac Newton -born 1642 -  and it was here that he made his discovery about gravity when the apple fell on his head. The house is now owned by the National Trust.
The apple tree he was sitting under when the apple hit him is still growing, and still producing apples!

Discover Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire, England: Isaac Newton's former home, where the famous apple tree still stands.

Burwell Lincolnshire Wolds http://rigsbywoldholidaycottages.uk  #LoveLincsWolds

Gallery of images of Rigsby Wold Self-catering Holiday Cottages

lincolnshire landscapes - Google Search

lincolnshire landscapes - Google Search

Red Hill in the Lincolnshire Wolds Living Landscape. The high escarpment ridge of the Wolds affords breathtaking views across Lincolnshire, while rare chalk streams flow out of the hillsides, meandering through the valleys of the Wolds with crystal clear water providing an abundant habitat for wildlife. Image: Robert Enderby

Red Hill in the Lincolnshire Wolds Living Landscape. The high escarpment ridge of the Wolds affords breathtaking views across Lincolnshire, while rare chalk streams flow out of the hillsides, meandering through the valleys of the Wolds with crystal clear water providing an abundant habitat for wildlife. Image: Robert Enderby

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