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David Lal Forum Pro • Posts: 13,145
Mêlée of flying jackdaws and old Southampton

Earlier in the week I spent a couple of days in the old (12th and 13th century) part of Southampton but first a picnic on the beach at nearby Netley where I encountered these jackdaws, clearly adapted to scavening on the shore:

Then on to Southampton itself. Here is the so-called Tudor House. Despite the name, it is in fact a Norman construction dating from around 1120:

The Duke of Wellington is a very old pub built in the late 1100s but modernised and repaired in 1338 following an attack and damage by the French:

The original name of the pub was changed in 1815 in honour of Wellington's defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815.

Much of Southampton's fortifications remain. Here the 13th century Bargate tower;

Finally, our hotel, approximately 17th century:

D750 and Nik 28-105mm lens

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