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Field of bales on Cox Hill, Marnhull, in the Blackmore Vale, Dorset. This is the heart of dairy country and the vale inspired Thomas Hardy's "Vale of the little dairies". The film adaptation of Tess of the D'urbervilles was filled in the village. The view, however, could really be anywhere in England.
There were some very impressive clouds coming and going, mixed with bright sun. I'm tempted to clone stamp out the phone line in the top corner, but it's barely noticeable... perhaps if and when I get 'round to sorting prints.
Thanks for all the comments, this has climbed to #1 in interestingness (despite falling short on views, favourites and comments), so I chose it for the header of the redesigned cotch.net.