Monthly Archives: September 2007

Astbury Church 1

Astbury Church 1, originally uploaded by foto-art. Astbury Church, near Congleton in South Cheshire. A slightly more unusual viewpoint of this church, which is usually photographed in the height of spring when the green in front of the church is … Continue reading

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Dove Dale and the river Dove

Dove Dale, originally uploaded by foto-art. Dovedale, near Ashbourne in Derbyshire. This area is very popular with walkers though it is quieter during the week when this shot was taken. This is a conventional shot using an 18mm wide angle … Continue reading

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Astbury Church 2

Astbury Church 2, originally uploaded by foto-art. Astbury Church, near Congleton, South Cheshire. One of the most photographed churches in the area. I had to get up early for this more unusual viewpoint of the church, as the sun soon … Continue reading

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The Cloud

The Cloud, originally uploaded by foto-art. The Cloud, South Cheshire. This rocky outcrop on the southern edge of the pennines near Congleton is very popular with walkers. I found it quite difficult to photograph. On an overcast day, the hill … Continue reading

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