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What's in a Picture?

What's in a Picture?

Glastonbury


David Noton creates a gigantic super-wide long-lens panorama of legendary Glastonbury.

Glastonbury; for a small town in Somerset it’s got some reputation. We all know it’s steeped in legend, but what does it mean to you? Loud rock and hippy types rolling in the mud? Avalon? A sacred religious site? King Arthur? Or maybe it’s just a church on a hill. But it’s a special hill, no one would deny that, a shapely Tor capped with a Tower rising above the unique landscape of the Somerset Levels. What’s more it’s on our Home Patch; we can see it clearly to the north west from the ridges around us. As one of the most iconic and mythical locations in England I have of course photographed it many times. But that doesn’t mean I’ve yet made the definitive picture of it. That’s why was I there again this morning at 5am, trying yet again.

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