One of the interesting things about going back to where you were born is seeing the things that you once took for granted with new (or at least older) eyes.
These are some shots taken around the village of Nunney in Somerset - this village is about 20 minutes by car from where I was born, but I never recall visiting it as a kid. Equally, I doubt that many people just happen upon it either - I feels like a place you have to make a decision to visit.
What struck me was just how small and complex the place was - full of twists and turns, small bridges, old churches and fine pubs. It even has a castle.
And all of this was so normal that as a kid I never went there! And now I find myself taking pictures, and wondering why I never found out you could fish in the moat.
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