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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Weekend Reflections
Canal Turn near Automasters

This is a followup to my earlier photograph of the Peak Forest Canal turning East having passed under the M67 motorway.

Here it turns South again opposite the old Automasters site, now busily being turned into a housing estate.

Compare it with Stephen McKay's photograph taken from the canal a few weeks earlier which can be seen on Hyde DP Xtra.

For more Weekend Reflections visit Newtown Area Photo.


Sylvia K said...

Great reflection for the day! Always love the watery ones! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


Cat said...

I love how water and old glass reflect...with water, the waves render the image more 3 dimensional because one side of a wave reflects what is on that side of it and the other side of the wave reflects what it 'sees'! Lovely.

'Tsuki said...

This one is great because it allows us to see the path you took, and it has something alive about it beacause of the troubled reflection, but I prefer the other one.

EG Wow said...

I like the shimmering part of the reflection here.

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ian... said...

Comparing the two photos Gerald - both are nice, but it looks like Stephen had better weather. The canal in his pic looks like a millpond ;>)

Both nice pics though - I haven't been down there for a month or so - they must be getting nearer to finishing building by now.

Francisca said...

This would be a fun path to walk.

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