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TITLE: Egg dipping - AAP10084Hebden Bridge, 53°45'53" N 2°2'31" W Taken in approx. August 2016 by H Gregg .   For more information please see the Dublin Core set and the map below.
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Egg dipping - AAP10084
It's a (totally made-up) tradition in our family that on a picnic you take hard-boiled eggs and that they should be dipped in the nearest stream before shelling and eating. Kimi (REDACTED)
#, 2016, 21c, 21st Century, 35mm, B&W, Calder Valley, Calderdale, Charity, Child, Egg, Event, Figure, Food, Food and drink, Hardcastle Crags, Heptonstall, Individual, Meal, National Trust, Person, Picnic, Toddler, Upper Calder Valley, Water, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire
CC-BY NC ND v4.0 2016 The After Alice Project
Hebden Bridge, 53°45'53" N 2°2'31" W
H Gregg, “Egg dipping - AAP10084,” The After Alice Project, accessed May 17, 2021, https://theafteraliceproject.org/items/show/4424.