Photographer's Note

This is Tunbridge Wells in Kent, and this long colonnaded street is known as the Pantiles, built in the Georgian period of English history.

"Once upon a time, over 400 years ago, a natural spring welled up from the ground; and it was named 'The Tunbridge Wells.'
People came from far and wide to take the health giving water. Apparently the practice of drinking from natural springs for health reasons dates back to Roman times.
In the workshop, two more shots of the Pantiles.

We had been out for the day and were given a short time to take in the sight of Tunbridge Wells, hence the quieter street.

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