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The Twenty Foot Drain

By fentiger    
This "river" is actually the Twenty Foot drain and one of several cut to drain the Fens initiated by Sir Cornelius Vermuyden in the 15th Century. We also have in the area the Forty Foot and the Sixteen Foot. I understand they get their names from the distance from bank to bank.

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Tags: Fenland Drain Dyke Cambridgeshire Dike Landscape and travel Fens Ditch drainage

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Comments


MickyMc 8 8 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2008 8:08AM
Interesting landscape with gret depth, suits the mono touch too, makes it somehow look like an old painting.
Mavis

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imagio 10 12 1 England
2 Aug 2008 8:37AM
Excellent composition and depth Albert.

Bernie
nickyv32 9 135 England
2 Aug 2008 9:00AM
Great shot Albert, love the tones and the wind turbine in the distance although that spoils the old fashioned painting idea.
Super.

Nicky
mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1494 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2008 9:36AM
This is exactly how I imagine the Fens, right down to the heavy sky. Classic composition, the canal and tree working together.
Moira
nickyv32 9 135 England
2 Aug 2008 9:44AM
Thanks for the ident by the way Albert, you were spot on.

Nicky
Hop-A-Long 9 52 England
2 Aug 2008 10:58AM
Lovely sepia toning. Great image.
Andy
exposure 12 3.7k England
2 Aug 2008 4:29PM
A Beautifully toned Image Albert great detail exposure and composition.
Pauline.
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
2 Aug 2008 6:55PM
Well composed and toned
Dennis
proz 12 205 United States
3 Aug 2008 1:06AM
superb toning Albert!
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
3 Aug 2008 1:51AM
On the railway we use the same form of measurment between the lines Albert.The four foot,six foot and ten foot.Interesting this applies to the waterways too.
Nice tones here for good image.
Mick.
3 Aug 2008 11:15AM
beautiful shot
3 Aug 2008 5:19PM
love the composition & toning...
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
4 Aug 2008 8:56AM
Thank you to everyone who have looked, voted and commented.

Albert
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
4 Aug 2008 10:21AM
Excellent mono landscape. Could have been taken in the Netherlands!
Rende

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