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Friday, April 01, 2011

The Edge of Hyde

Here is the Western edge of Werneth Low ["Low" is an Old English word meaning "hill"].

Poking into view is the steeple of Hyde Chapel.

You can tell from the trees which way the wind blows.

Today is theme day for members of City Daily Photoblogs and this month the theme is Edges. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants.

Next week Hyde DP will be five years old!


Anonymous said...

How beautiful a sight. Worth to become a postcard.
Please have you all a good new month ahead.

daily athens

Unknown said...

A really beautiful edge.

Gunn said...

Wow, this is really a pretty place.
Great image!

Gunn / Stavanger / Norway

Hull and Hereabouts said...

English can be confusing. Low means a hill and downs are uplands.

Leif Hagen said...

I wonder what lies just beyond that EDGE? Nice snap for theme day, Mr. Hyde, Sir!

Kate said...

The spire itself has some interesting edges. Obviously you do not live on the edge; your place is quite lovely

Lois said...

How pretty! I just love the light.

Janet said...

Beautiful view of the edge of town, and great interpretation

Hydonian said...

A lovely capture there, Gerald!

zakton said...

Great image of the chapel. I like the background ... green England.

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