Hilltop Farm

Trying to escape the stuffiness of London, Beatrix Potter landed at Hilltop Farm in the Lakes District of northern England early last century. Even though most of her Peter Rabbit books were written before she moved to Hill Top, you can understand why she felt so comfortable on this farm with its gardens, sheep & rolling hills. Perfect for the author to relish the country life & for this photographer to relish the photo opportunities.Hilltop Farms SONY DSC SONY DSC SONY DSC SONY DSC SONY DSC

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2 thoughts on “Hilltop Farm

  1. Lovely post! I went there a couple of weeks ago and LOVED the place. Dina

  2. Pingback: Beatrix Potter, Beloved Children’s Author | Past & Present

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