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Gamekeeper Ian Banks, holding a rifle walking across the hills during deer stalking on moorland at Crosthwaite on the Lancashire-Cumbria border, north west England. The gamekeeper supplied restaurants in the region with freshly-culled deer. The word Crosthwaite means a cross in a clearing-the spot was probably named after an ancient chapel or church, long since disappeared.
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