Original playout date: 20 June 2007
Duration: 6:10

A gallery based recollection of a lovely visit to the model village of Bekonscot in Beaconsfield, open in the summer months and well worth a visit.

The music adds a lot to this piece I have to admit – The Banks of Green Willow by William Boughton (this kind of information on the films is usually also in the below section “Statistics and Credits” if you are looking for that kind of detail on any of my films here on HTV.

Quote of the clip:

***Statistics and Credits***
Views at the time added to HTV: 4,350
Likes at the time added to HTV: 11
Dislikes at time added to HTV: 1
Popularity % ” ” ” =L/(L+D): 91.7%
Comments at time added: 6
Total interactions at time added: 18
Total interactions to views 0.4%
Camera: Panasonic DMZ -FZ30
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – medium use
Location: Bekonscot
Other people featured: Family
Genre: Environmental
Music used: “The Banks of Green Willow” by William Boughton
Languages used: English
Animals/plants featured: Wonderful plants and flowers of Bekonscot
Other remarks: Very nice to see Elena in here walking with just one stick, those were the days.


About David J. James

53 year old accountant who loves languages, literature, history, religion, politics, internet, vlogging and blogging and lively written discussion. Conservative Christian, married to an angel, we have three kids, and live in Warsaw, Poland.

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