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Gkmylifeimageryregions Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 117 pictures in our Gkmylifeimageryregions collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Buildings and Landmarks - Windmills - Cley-Next-the-Sea Featured Print

Buildings and Landmarks - Windmills - Cley-Next-the-Sea

A keen amateur painter, holidaymaker Rowena Ryle of Cambridge sketches the old mill at Cley-next-the-Sea, near Blakeney Point on the north coast of Norfolk. Although the mill stands on the edge of the salt marshes about a mile from the sea, it is sometimes surrounded by seawater during storms. It has been converted into a house by the owner, Major Blunt of Cley, and is at present tenanted by Admiral Sir William Jameson who, since retiring from the Royal Navy, has written several books about the sea.

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Buildings and Landmarks - Durham Featured Print

Buildings and Landmarks - Durham

The towers of Durham Cathedral, with the weir of the River Wear in the foreground. The Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Mary the Virgin was built between 1093 and 1133 and contains the tomb of one of England's earliest historians , the Venerable Bede.

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Buildings and Landmarks - Whales Jawbone - Whitby Featured Print

Buildings and Landmarks - Whales Jawbone - Whitby

A whale's jawbone forms the graceful arch through which these holidaymakers stroll at Whitby, Yorkshire. Framed in it is the historic Whitby Abbey, across the harbour. The bone, presented by a Norwegian to the town in 1963, commemorates Whitby's past as a whaling centre, and replaced a far older whalebone arch that is now in the local museum. Whitby was a whaling port from 1753 to 1833.

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