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The Tarr Steps are a prehistoric clapper bridge crossing the River Barle in the Exmoor National Park.
Dating from around 1000 BC, some of the stones weigh 5 tons and were said to have been placed there by the Devil to win a bet.
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Superb image Nice piece of history
Happy New year
Nice effect and framing.
Thank you for the comments on my photo. Glad you found me. I love all of your shots but I think Tarr Steps is my favourite. I went there a few years ago on a beautiful day and sat in the pub garden eating scones and drinking tea. (I know, how sad... drinking tea outside a pub!!!)
Hope you're well?
Is this the Orton treatment Dave?,whatever it is its very effective,good job
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