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Whirlaw Stones

By iangilmour    
Many thanks for the votes on my last photo.
Today's offering is a landscape shot on the moors above Todmorden. I think these rocks are the Whirlaw stones. This area of the South Pennine moors is covered in these fascinating rock formations which were formed from glacial ice-melt during the last ice-age. There is one called the Stegasaurus which I will try and photograph next time.

Tags: Moorland Landscape and travel Todmorden Whirlaw stones

Voters: BRITCHIE, cimic, IainHamer and 11 more

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what a beautiful landscape, such lovely colouring and detail. well captured, SmileSmileSmileSmile
16 Jun 2015 7:34PM
Great image and good to keep the turbines in - they are now part of the landscape whether we like them or not. Thx for the UA

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