Posted: July 9, 2012 in Agatha Christie, England, Scandinavia, Sweden, tv crime fiction, Wallander

The rain is bucketing down outside, and I have just watched a recording of the first episode of the new BBC series of Wallander. The production team and Kenneth Branagh are getting the hang of Henning Mankell’s stories, because they successfully made this episode  really really really depressing.

So I thought I would cheer myself up by posting some more photos of Miss Marple’s England. 

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Norman – I so much enjoy these ‘photos of yours. 🙂 I can certainly imagine Miss Marple or one of Christie’s other characters being a part of the scenery…

  2. Norman Price says:

    These photos were taken in the village of Ashmore on Cranbourne Chase, the highest point in Dorset. Famous for one former inhabitant of the Ashcombe Estate, a few miles away, Madonna. Her ex Guy Ritchie still lives there I think. From the prices in the local pubs there must be quite a few celebrities in the vicinity.

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