Brown Hare Taken on May 4, 2015 Elmley, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, United Kingdom Canon EOS 7D Mark II Photo courtesy of Gary Faulkner

Brown Hare Taken on May 4, 2015 Elmley, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, United Kingdom Canon EOS 7D Mark II Photo courtesy of Gary Faulkner

Sailing Boat off Sheerness Seafront (Sheerness - on - Sea, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, United Kingdom)

Sailing Boat off Sheerness Seafront (Sheerness - on - Sea, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, United Kingdom)

The scorpion is mainly found in the southern hemisphere in deserts and jungle habitats alike. The most northern place the scorpion can be found in the wild is the Isle of Sheppey in the United Kingdom, which is a small island in the North of Kent.

The scorpion is mainly found in the southern hemisphere in deserts and jungle habitats alike. The most northern place the scorpion can be found in the wild is the Isle of Sheppey in the United Kingdom, which is a small island in the North of Kent.

Pyrite & Calcite In Petrified Wood ~ Warden Point, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, United Kingdom

Pyrite & Calcite In Petrified Wood ~ Warden Point, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, United Kingdom

Floral tributes at Buckingham Palace - Princess Diana's Funeral Procession - 6 September 1997 - London, England by Annabel Sheppey

Floral tributes at Buckingham Palace - Princess Diana's Funeral Procession - 6 September 1997 - London, England by Annabel Sheppey

St Thomas The Apostle Church, stained glass window. On the island of Harty, which has since been united with the fellow island of Sheppey (in Kent), the tiny church apparently originated but was also brought into disrepair in Saxon times. It was rebuilt by the Normans and broadened through time. Though it was damaged in World War II, it appears intact and retains its pews, old window designs, etc. Photograph (May 23, 2007) by barryslemmings, Flickr.

St Thomas The Apostle Church, stained glass window. On the island of Harty, which has since been united with the fellow island of Sheppey (in Kent), the tiny church apparently originated but was also brought into disrepair in Saxon times. It was rebuilt by the Normans and broadened through time. Though it was damaged in World War II, it appears intact and retains its pews, old window designs, etc. Photograph (May 23, 2007) by barryslemmings, Flickr.

Shurland Hall in Eastchurch, Kent, England. Henry VIII and Ann Boleyn spent their honeymoon here. The magnificent ruins of the gatehouse can be seen on the edge of the village of Eastchurch

Shurland Hall in Eastchurch, Kent, England. Henry VIII and Ann Boleyn spent their honeymoon here. The magnificent ruins of the gatehouse can be seen on the edge of the village of Eastchurch

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