St. James Churchyard, Heyshott
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Primroses cover the Churchyard, Heyshott
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St. James Churchyard, Heyshott
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St. James Churchyard, Heyshott
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Opticians and undertakers in West Sussex,England on the south downs way using maps in caravans on camp sites. Photographs of holidays when camping with cameras. Photography of hotels and pubs when gardening after church near the rubbish skips. Riding and shooting from a horse in the gardens when fishing with angling equipment when using a mobile phone called blackberry on bonfire night with fireworks.