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UK Vanity Farm... Jan '16

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...Vanity Farm...

A good friend was in the UK from Belgium so we decided to hit up a few spots in Wales...

Was good to see its not changed much over the past 12 months...

 

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Thanks for lookin' in...

 

 

 

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Great shots, I missed the outside as it was pouring down and had a few sites lined up. I think its time for a revisit.

 

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