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pleb

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3885 on: 12:27:56, 24/06/18 »
Don't let Springwatch know - the weasels, adders, bonxies, swimming badgers, jays, magpies etc all seem to have a hot line to the programme.


Lovely pics :)
Beat me to it!

dittzzy

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3886 on: 22:40:02, 24/06/18 »
Excellent pix Mel.  How cool that you get to see them so close, and you'll be able to watch them grow.  Awesome.  O0 O0

tom83

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3887 on: 22:55:48, 24/06/18 »
The view from the bottom of my garden this evening.


Taken on my phone so you can't make out the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District or Barrow, still its a good view.
 

Hillhiker1

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3888 on: 20:55:11, 15/07/18 »

I was walking around Edale and the southern edges of Kinder Scout today


Great ridge (1 of 1) by Ian Hart, on Flickr


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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3889 on: 16:08:32, 19/07/18 »
A pic taken on a recent C2C trek




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Forkbeard

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3890 on: 10:15:50, 22/07/18 »
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Hillhiker1

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3891 on: 18:30:55, 22/07/18 »
Grand pictures Forkbeard.  O0 O0

Forkbeard

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3892 on: 19:13:58, 01/08/18 »
Grand pictures Forkbeard.  O0 O0


Cheers mate, I'm still going through them - I got a bit carried away and took way too many. Including this one with a weird optical illusion style see through hill:



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April

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3893 on: 08:52:45, 02/08/18 »
Lovely pics  all, I hadn't seen your baby blackbird pics Mel -  :smitten:
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Forkbeard

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3894 on: 18:22:22, 02/08/18 »
A few from Ladybower and the Derwent Valley Heritage Way (Section 1) today:


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gary m

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3895 on: 18:37:34, 02/08/18 »
All great photos
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pleb

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3896 on: 10:01:59, 03/08/18 »
Nice Forkbeard  O0
Is the reservoir low enough to see any hidden village?

Forkbeard

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3897 on: 11:31:48, 03/08/18 »
Nice Forkbeard  O0
Is the reservoir low enough to see any hidden village?


I didn't go that far up, the DVHW just skirts the bottom of Ladybower. I don't think it's that low yet though.


 I'm not sure how much of the village is visible these days; I know that the church steeple has collapsed...I have an old picture somewhere from a hot summer in the early 80's of a chimney stack, which has also gone (I think).

Cambrian Lady

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3898 on: 01:40:20, 11/08/18 »

Highland cattle at the end of walk to summit of Pumlumon Fawr in the Cambrian Mountains in mid Wales.


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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #3899 on: 10:18:42, 11/08/18 »
Lovely pics everyone O0
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