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Winnats toward Cavedale

By sherlob    
I opted for a morning shoot at Winnats Pass a few weeks ago - as much to check out the location and get some post xmas exercise as anything else. The light wasn't the best, and it's direction wasn't the best for images of the pass itself (confirming my research on TPE that late spring would be a better option), still it was lovely to be out and the views of Hope Valley were as spectacular as ever. The walls curve is what drew me to this composition - dry stone walls such as these are such a defining feature of the English countryside - and the Peak District in particular.

Have a good Sunday.

Adam

Tags: Peak district Hope valley Curves Countryside Castleton Digitally manipulated Paths Dry stone wall Landscape and travel Winnats pass

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Comments


22 Jan 2017 11:22AM
Nice shot, like the frosty fields in the valley and the shape of the wall.
Richsr 14 91 223 England
22 Jan 2017 11:27AM
Worth the exploratory visit Adam.
R.
22 Jan 2017 11:38AM
Lovely shot.
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2017 12:51PM
Well seen scenery and a good sky....
Isabel GrinGrin
manicam 17 44 1 Canada
22 Jan 2017 2:09PM
A pleasure to behold.
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.7k 2395 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2017 2:45PM
That's a remarkably tidy dry stone wall for the Peak District, their walls are generally little more than long piles of rubble. Now come to Northumberland and you get properly structured walls... (Just one of my weirder interests).
Lovely image, it's a boring slog from Hope where we usually start up to the ridge but worth it for what lies beyond.

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