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Nice !! is that the Thames or the coast? The only time I had seen any of England was a delayed flight at London Airport.
My hometown is here in the States ,about 5,000 people when I was born,remember when towns were like that? I didn't live there long,my parents were Business socials at the time.
I thought that looked like the coast , I lived near the bay in Maryland for a while . That old Medieval Cathedral in the photo makes that interesting,a town with a lot of history! That is a beautiful little coastal village! Reminds me of jigsaw puzzles, and paintings from the early art masters of the era.(pretty as a picture really describes your hometown photo)!!!
I am so light of mind it brings to mind game hens and a pirate musical.( I hope you aren't offended by that) I imagine your hometown began in history as a fishing and then a goods and shipping port.
Mine was Carbondale Illinois, where Southern Illinois University is,I don't tend to think of it as my Hometown because I never lived there as to memory.It began in history as an outpost for army then continued as supply station or trading post ,then the industrialist and artisans as the Holden family built the town from then.(19th century).