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only-johnny-deppp · a month ago
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15 years ago (2007), on this day (March 27), Johnny Depp was spotted fully dressed as Sweeney Todd, at the Pinewood Studios, in Buckinghamshire, England, UK.
> Behind the scenes:  Johnny’s darkest period of his life.
The photos were taken one week after Johnny’s ten-day absence after on the first days of March 2007 Lily-Rose (at that time aged 7 years old) had to be hospitalized at the Great Ormond Street Hospital, in London after contracting an E. Coli infection that caused kidney failure followed by a 9-day hospitalization. As soon as Johnny knew about his daughter, Johnny decided to stop the filming to take care of her with Vanessa Paradis, and even asked to be replaced in the movie in order to not bring problems to the schedule. But Tim and everyone behind the movie gave full support to keep him in the movie and replaced some filming sequences while Johnny was on his constant vigil on, as he says, had been the darkest period of his life. By the way, you can even see that he still kinda looked worried. These were also some of the first photos of Johnny fully in character to be seen, and also worked to confirm that he was still filming the movie and had not left the project.
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keepingitneutral · a year ago
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“Mirkwood,” Wendover, Buckinghamshire, UK,
Landscape Photographer of the Year 2020 
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livesunique · a year ago
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Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, England
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Waddesdon Manor - Buckinghamshire, England
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lahilden · 23 days ago
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Halton House
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Halton House is located in the village of Halton in Buckinghamshire, England. The French Renaissance-style country home was built between 1880-83 for Alfred Freiherr de Rothschild. After Alfred’s death, the house was bequeathed to his nephew Lionel Nathan de Rothschild, who sold the estate, along with its contents, in 1918. Currently, the house is owned by the Air Ministry and serves as the officer’s mess for the Royal Air Force. The interior has a grand salon, two drawing rooms, a billiards room with 18th century paneling, and a paneled plaster staircase. The house boasts gables, spires, and a cupola. The exterior boasts 1,500 acres with gardens, a pond, a domed conservatory attached to the house through a corridor with stone columns and niches, and stables that serve as a riding school. The location has been used in many films. 
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ardeear · a month ago
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Bluebells out in time for Easter at Cliveden. #bluebells #spring #springflowers #flowers #blooms #easter #countryside #countryliving #cliveden #nationaltrust #clivedennationaltrust #clivedengardens #nationaltrustcliveden #ardeear #ardeearcreates #mobiography #shotoniphone #buckinghamshire #england #visitengland #ntchallenge #nationaltrustuk #nationaltrustuk #nationaltrustgardens #nationaltrustsoutheast #nationaltrustwalks (at Cliveden National Trust House & Gardens, Taplow) https://www.instagram.com/p/CcVakWysbN-/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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breathtakingdestinations · 2 years ago
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Buckinghamshire - England (by Hugh Mothersole) 
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allthingseurope · a year ago
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Dockey Wood, England (by Ian Duffield)
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bluesman56 · 24 days ago
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Cross Keys by Tony Via Flickr: Crossed keys are the symbols of St Peter, the apostle of Jesus who traditionally guards the gates of Heaven.
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coffee-in-cottages · 3 months ago
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Wendover, Chiltern Hills, Buckinghamshire
Experimental gas-turbine monster GT3 on a trial run. This is the early 1960′s, though, and it owes itself to the steam age in both design and mechanics. Diesels were running wild at this point. Doomed to failure, it was built circa 1958 and deceased by around 1963.
September 1961
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ancientorigins · 6 months ago
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chloe-octavia · 2 months ago
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Homerus & Socrates Sculptures at Stowe House, England
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livesunique · a year ago
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Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom,
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wrooom · 7 months ago
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Ferrari 599XX Evo - Silverstone 
"Thanks very much for viewing :-)"
By Ed Weatherby in Aylesbury Vale, UK
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ancientstuff · 4 months ago
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This would appear to be a relatively large figure, rather than a figurine, but it's difficult to tell from the photo. Amazing find, given its material.
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thunderstruck9 · a year ago
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John Nash (British, 1893-1977), A Window in Bucks, c.1930. Oil on canvas, 29.5 x 27 in.
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swimmingpoolz · 5 months ago
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— Aqua Vale Swimming & Fitness Centre, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
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bluesman56 · 26 days ago
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Two National passions
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Two National passions by Tony
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mypepemateosus · a month ago
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lahilden · a month ago
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Waddesdon Manor
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Waddesdon Manor is located in the Village of Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire, England. The mansion was built from 1877-83 by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to serve as a summer country house to entertain family and guests, including Queen Victoria, who visited the house in 1890. Ferdinand purchased 2,700 acres of farmland from the 8th Duke of Marlborough. Rothschild’s extensive art collection is on display which includes sculpture, furniture, Savonnerie carpets, tapestries, a mechanical elephant from the Shah of Persia, and 17th and 18th century paintings by well-known Dutch, Flemish, and French artists. The exterior is designed in a French Renaissance style with towers, pinnacles, and external staircases. The interior has 45 rooms richly decorated with painted paneling, rococo mirrors, gilding, marble, and more. The manor is owned by the National Trust and managed by the Rothschild Foundation. The manor sits on over 6,000 thousand acres of parkland with immaculate gardens, a parterre garden, an aviary, a German-themed dairy, and 18thcentury sculptures. Special exhibitions and treats can be found in the Stables Courtyard. Waddesdon Manor is open to the public and has a café, a shop, the Coach House Gallery, and a playground. #England #WaddesdonManor #Buckinghamshire #Waddesdon Museum #gardens #avairy #exhibitions
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