Reflections on reaching 83 or 84

Completed in 1831, the Macclesfield Canal was one of the last (narrow) canals built in Britain. Furthermore, although I am clearly biased by living near to it, I think it is one of the prettiest in England: On a calm day at any time of year the reflections of the trees and bridges in the water can be amazing. However, they often seem to be particularly good in Winter when the sun is low in the sky:

Bridge 83 on the Macclesfield Canal

Bridge 83 on the Macclesfield Canal

Bridge 84 on the Macclesfield Canal

Bridge 84 on the Macclesfield Canal

For more reflections (and others of my favourite landscape photos), please visit my Profile on the Geograph website (a collaborative image database attempting to map every square kilometre of the British Isles).

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About Rick Altman

Possibly just another 'Climate Cassandra' crying 'Wolf' in cyberspace. However, the moral of the old children's story is that the Wolf eventually turned up!
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3 Responses to Reflections on reaching 83 or 84

  1. Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez says:

    Magnificent!!!

    Like

  2. They are just stunning, wonderful work.

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