Sunday, March 21, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday
Footpath to Church Fold


Today's photo is again from the walk I took on a sunny but cold Sunday a couple of weeks ago. This footpath on the East side of the Peak Forest Canal is signposted "Church Fold".

Well there may be a footpath across this muddy field and back to Woodend Lane, but that is thick mud under those shadows.

I turned round and recrossed the footbridge you can see on Hyde Daily Photo.

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13 comments:

  1. Marvelous shadow shot, Gerald! Love the silhouette/shadow of the tree against the earth! Have a great weekend!!

    Sylvia

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  2. What a pretty spot..the footbridge is lovely and looks like a nice walk..
    Happy SSS.

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  3. The branches are casting lovely shadows. It looks like a chilly day but for the next few months the days should be warmer.

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  4. good shadow shot - I would have given the mud a miss as well!!

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  5. lovely shot...I do on occasion so miss the English Countryside...

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  6. What a great shadow shot you captured.

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  7. Love that shot, I bet when spring time comes those shrubs and trees has great colors. Happy weekend!

    ShadowShotSunday

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  8. Good shadows Gerald. I like the scene a lot.

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  9. Nature plays a trick on us, and whether we see it as a good-hearted one not. Depends on how watertight our shoes are. The shadow smartly hide the mud, and on a sunny day, who would know??

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  10. Thanks for adding us to your list!

    LoveSheffield

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  11. Thanx for the add at around the world; I'll put a link back on my blog

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  12. Beautiful place for a walk.
    You have beautiful photography on your blogs - And you sure do travel - we loved your Crete photos and will return to look at your many adventure captures.
    Thank you for adding us to your Around the World portal. It is a wonderfully organized idea, we will use it and tell others about it. Thanks again.
    Darryl and Ruth : )

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