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Hidden in the Elan Valley lies a Welsh historic Bridge on the River Ystwyth, Where Three Ravens lead you to a family name that will be a clue to this hidden location.
If you want to find this special photo location, you may find even more information here; http://www.amethystlandphoto.com/photo_15037080.html
Good luck with your search.
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The River Arrow meanders alongside the Arden way, cow Parsley is in flower through the month of May and so is the Hawthorn. A late start to Spring but very welcome.
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STANAGE EDGE-FOLLOW THE LIGHT
S tanage Edge ancient, Gritstone escarpment within the Peak district national park.    THE DARK HIGH PEAK   The gritstone of this area was once used in the making of Mill grindstones and if you walk the Edge you will see grindstones abandoned and never put...

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NINE STONES CLOSE
Continuing with the theme of standing Stone Circles , I post another set of  Stones, nearto the "Nine Ladies Stone circle", which was featured  in my last post. It was my intention, come spring, to photograph Bluebells in a fine wood, that was not possible,...

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I HAD to turn this recent Bluebell image, into a monochrome.

What you cannot detect is some of those Bluebells were White!.
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Nine Ladies Stone Circle. spooky
...More here; http://www.amethystlandphoto.com/photo_12595949.html
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THE NINE LADIES STONE CIRCLE


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Excellent Image as usual, like the two tone sky and the foreground rocks.
google.com/+Landscapephotographyshop, Amethyst Landscape Photography
Nikon D7000
Singma 1020mm
GND 0.9
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They say it takes on average, 1200 photographic images to capture
just one fast moving Meteor, within your frame.
Over the Years I have made many attempts, to acquire these illusive
Meteor images, the British weather usually gets in the way, even this 
4:30 am capture was flooded by low, advancing cloud. not to 
mention the light pollution of nearby villages.

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A night shooting, and this is the only Geminids, I managed to get in a frame. See more here; http://amethystlandphoto.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/geminids-and-light-pollution.html
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