The road to Bettws With Lane Cottage on the right and Llwyn Coch on the left.
Bridleway heading towards Keyson Bridleway heading towards Keyson approaches junction with Covington bridleway
|Title||Clouds Hill garden, Dorset The garden slopes steeply up from the cottage and affords beautiful views across west Dorset. Lawrence intended to retire from his military life to live here permanently and doubtless would have done so had he not died from injuries received in a road accident a few hundred metres down the road from here in May 1935.|
|Photo's author||Brian Robert Marshall User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||18 Oct 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||Panasonic / DMC-FZ7|
|Exposure time||1/80 s|
|Focal length||6.0 mm|
Clouds Hill garden, Dorset The garden slopes steeply up from the cottage and affords beautiful views across west Dorset. Lawrence intended to retire from his military life to live here permanently and…
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Clouds Hill, Dorset A soft-focus view of the cottage from the garden. The cottage will be 200 years old in 2008. It was in the possession of Lawrence of Arabia from 1923 until 1935, the year of his de…
Clouds Hill Clouds Hill from the lane alongside.
Engraving over doorway, Clouds Hill, Dorset The engraving is said to have been made by the most famous occupant of the simple cottage, Lawrence of Arabia. It is in ancient Greek and loosely translates…
Clouds Hill in Spring
Clouds Hill in Spring Another view of an iconic English landmark.
Clouds Hill (T. E. Lawrence Cottage), Bovington Lane, Purbeck District, Dorset, South West England, England, United Kingdom osm
|Street address||Bovington Lane|