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Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle at Sunset

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Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle at Sunset
Middleton, Shropshire, England
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Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle is located on an exposed ridge in the hill country along the border between Shropshire and Powys. There are several prehistoric remains nearby including a solitary standing stone and burial cairn. The location is wonderful, and on this occasion I was lucky enough to catch a superb sunset over the Cambrian mountains of Wales to the west.

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