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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Werneth Low West


I had to stretch through an open window and use a long lens to get these views.

Just appearing on the right is the steeple of Hyde Chapel. On the horizon you can see the distinctive Ash Trees near the triangle at Cowlishaw Road and on the left is the Hare & Hounds.


Panning further left, we can just see the tower of Holy Trinity as Higham Lane sweeps up to Four Lane Ends.

8 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Congratulations Gerald! Stunning post!I loved the orange light in these shots!
Léia

Lois said...

Very nice! When I enlarged the second one I noticed that cute little bird sitting on that branch in the foreground!

Hilary said...

Hope you were securely grounded! It was worth it for the beautiful views.

Abe Lincoln said...

Nice shots, Gerald.

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Frank said...

I really like the photo of the Green Lane Bridge but the countryside is so attactive.

Coşkun said...

Hi Gerald,
Thanks for sharing beatiful nature photos about your city and country.

RuneE said...

I just wait for some rider galloping along the horizon :-)

Per Stromsjo said...

Turns out I did some stretching out of a hotel window myself yesterday evening, aiming for a night view. Afterwards, I never understand why I would do such a thing.

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