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Sunday, 7 August 2011

More reflections and shadows at Captain Clarke's Bridge


A look today through Captain Clarke's bridge on the Peak Forest Canal. It is more often seen from the opposite direction showing its more photogenic side.

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16 comments:

  1. This is such a tranquil and inviting scene!

    SING A SONG OF SHADOWS

    Sing a song of shadows
    Taller than a tree!
    Sing a song of shadows
    Wider than the sea!
    Sing a song of shadows
    Dancing in the sun!
    Sing a song of shadows—
    Day is almost done!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Shadowy Bars

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  2. Without modern accouterments such as power boats and cars, the canal feels old, from a far different era. I can almost imagine the mules and/or horses pulling a small barge alongside the waterway. Very nice!

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  3. Very sweet. It's a kaleidoscope world that makes me spin.

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  4. Lovely Bridge and Great Shadows. The other side may be more photographed, but your photo is a very lovely scene. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Very good and nice photography.

    Regards!

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  6. nice old bridge and a nicely framed view through it too

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  7. Nice! Esp' as it's usually seen from the other side.

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  8. Fine presentation for your Volume 2, your pics deserve the new format.

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  9. this is an awesome shot in the block and white. love the way you were able to capture how the path was worn down in the middle. there is so much to see in this picture. the more i look the more i see. great shot.

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  10. I love this shot. Paths along the canals must be wonderful to walk in any season.

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  11. Love this pic,I used to go fishing for sticklebacks when I was little there!

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