Gisborough Priory 2

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Gisborough Priory 2: The ruins of an Augustinian priory founded by the Bruce family, afterwards Kings of Scotland. They are dominated by the dramatic skeleton of the 14th-century church's east end.
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The ruins of an Augustinian priory founded by the Bruce family, afterwards Kings of Scotland. They are dominated by the dramatic skeleton of the 14th-century church's east end.
Gisborough Priory 2: The ruins of an Augustinian priory founded by the Bruce family, afterwards Kings of Scotland. They are dominated by the dramatic skeleton of the 14th-century church's east end.

July 3, 2010 organza3

thank you, I will use it for a matte painting.

July 3, 2010 krayker

nice framing

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Dimensions: 3456px * 2304px
Published: March - 02 - 2010
Camera: Canon
Date: 2008:07:23 14:36:55
Aperture:453435/65536
Exposure: 1/200
Focal length: 33/1
ISO: 100
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