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Photography Magazine

What's in a Picture?

What's in a Picture?

Cadbury Castle


David Noton reflects on the wealth of photographic inspiration he’s found at a local landmark steeped in history.

The Location

Cadbury Castle is not actually a Castle, it’s a prehistoric hill fort the likes of which litter this part of the world. Just down the road south of Dorchester we have Maiden Castle, the largest hill fort in Europe, while the impressive ramparts of Hambledon Hill dominate the nearby Blackmore Vale, but on practically every rise from Stonehenge all along the Wessex Ridgeway you’ll find earthworks and tumuli dating back several millennium. This is no untouched wilderness; it’s an ancient landscape shaped by man that lies at the fulcrum of English history.

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