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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Low End Farm


Low End Farm snuggles under the shelter of Werneth Low.

It used to be the home of a herd of beef cattle and for a long time they delivered our daily pinta.

Now our milk is delivered from a dairy in the Hope Valley.

8 comments:

steven said...

wow Sir Gerald! Such a stunning Photo! It makes me more in love with your country! I really Love UK and I dream of going there one time before I die! I just wish after college, I can get a good job and travel to places I love the most Like Greece, UK and New Zealand! I even have a very big Union Jack Flag on my bedroom wall!

Mabuhay from Cavite Daily Photo^^

Lady Demeter said...

nice photograph. The landscape looks very quite and recreative. Just perfect to take a long walk there.

Meead said...

Hi, thanks for your notes. You have a nice blog. You live in UK, yes? Your place is very green, rainy and cloudy most of the time. One of my friends, Soroosh, lives and studies in Birmingham.

Hilda said...

Love the fields and the wide open spaces—and on a hill too. I like how you name your homes and such—I think it's a lovely practice.

marley said...

It looks like a lovely spot to have a farm.

imac said...

Tis a grand shot you have here Gerald.

pop over and see my busy critter.

babooshka said...

This looks like the view from my house. Green and open, can't beat it.

Kris McCracken said...

What are they using the land for now? It looks like a great spot.

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