Shakespeare's Birthplace

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    Stratford Upon Avon England
    This is the house where Shakespeare was born. There are other buildings on this row which are from the same period and have a tudor style. Nice place Stratford.
    Photo currently in use on Squidoo:
    www.squidoo.com/shakespeareforchildren#module7857393

    Also this photo is currently being used on the Merchant Taylor School website without proper accreditation. I am waiting a reply to an email but it seems to be taking time. Rather bad form I think. Either remove it and get your own photo or credit it properly!

    www.mtsn.org.uk/news_detail.aspx?news_id=548

    karenwithak, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. floato 87 months ago | reply

      Wow El Paso Joe that was quick, I have only just posted! Thanks for the comment and the invite.

    2. Tumbleweed Photography~Carol~ 87 months ago | reply

      great composition...perfect
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    3. Gravityx9 87 months ago | reply

      WOW! I think it's great that the building is still standing!
      very cool photograph!

      Seen in my contact's photostream

    4. karenwithak 87 months ago | reply

      what a beautiful tudor building that is.... great photo.....

    5. Singne 87 months ago | reply

      It's great to live in a country with such history, and so fortunate that these places still stand.

    6. floato 87 months ago | reply

      Thanks for all your lovely comments, so soon too, I only posted yesterday. Thanks for your invite tumbleweed

    7. MagpieNo6 87 months ago | reply

      Nice shot of these Tudor buildings
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    8. Paco_MUC 87 months ago | reply

      Wonderful houses. Great shot.

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    9. pingnews.com 87 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Making History, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    10. adric1010 87 months ago | reply

      well done my freind

      congrats

    11. floato 87 months ago | reply

      I didn't see Shakespeare at all on the day. Maybe he was on holiday. rather disappointing really.lol
      I like shakespeare in love, good film

    12. Eric E Haas 86 months ago | reply

      Your photo has graduated from the ~75 to 100~ group. Congratulations.

    13. kenjisama 78 months ago | reply

      wow. looks like they're still in excellent condition. nice colours!
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    14. Razorback243 78 months ago | reply

      Great saturation and sharpness. Nice angle, too. A different time of day would add a distinctly different feel to this shot.
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    15. Ina Centaur 71 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Shakespeare's Houses, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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