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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday:
Mottram Stocks


This photograph from Summer 2009 features the village stocks at Mottram-in-Longdendale.

The stocks are a "Grade II listed building" - for the official description and an earlier photograph see Old Hyde.

For more shadow shots visit Hey Harriet.

9 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great shadow shots for the day!! Any day that has enough sun to create shadow has to be a good one!!! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Cindy said...

Greetings from Rhode Island! I love this shot, just glad they are not using these things anymore!
Thanks for visiting my blog!

Louis la Vache said...

Add 534 of these and «Louis» will be there ASAP with the U.S. Congress...

Catherine said...

bear pits and stocks - good old English history!! great shot...

lewi14 said...

Very nice shot. The artefact in the foreground looks like an instrument of torture.

Mo said...

Had to read that twice when I saw the green grass. Thought cant possibly be any grass that colour in the UK at present.
Your comment re the student protest. It is vry obvious when you are there amongst it that there is a small group out for trouble who are not students. What I dont understand is why the police dont intervene before they create meyham, they're not difficult to find.

ρομπερτ said...

How very interesting a sight; mean to measure time and life.

Please have a good Sunday.

daily athens

Jeanette said...

Wonderful shadow shot. And, an interesting subject to shoot. Oh if the stocks could talk, what tales they could tell. Thanks for sharing!!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Perfect day to take a perfect shot, G!

Happy SSS & a great week ahead.
/chie

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