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Peak District on my greedy horse 7/2012

Můj narozeninový dárek. Zedřená perdel. Nenažraný kůň. Nádherná příroda a zelené kopce.

My birthday present. Sore bum. Greedy horse. Beautiful green hills, nature.

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Pictures and prints of the Vale of Edale, Kinderscout and Surprise view

I have been waiting for the right weather to go to the top of the Vale of Edale and capture some pictures.  I haven’t had a good walk on the top since I was 18 and in the scouts.   369 more words

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Timawells reblogged this on TimAWells Blog.

Beware the Infrastructure Bill

As I write, the ‘Infrastructure Bill 2014’ current sits in its committee stage before the House of Lords (next due before the Lords on 14 October 2014). 1,030 more words

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Surprise view, Hathersage, Castleton, Winnats pass, Mam Tor, Hollins cross, Shaking mountain pictures and walk

It was a beautiful night yesterday in the Peak district and I thought it was the perfect time to go for a walk and take the perfect picture.   697 more words


Surprise view Castleton near perfect picture.

I can remember many years ago going down Surprise view at Hathersage while going for a weekend away at Hollowford.  Some people will know it as Toad’s mouth.   155 more words


Sunrise on Stanage Edge

As summer approaches, sunrises are getting earlier and earlier. Not that I expect that this is news to anyone, as it happens every year. The Easter Bank Holiday weekend was beckoning and I was itching to get out for a sunrise. 713 more words

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On each occasion – and there have been many – in recent months when I have privately bemoaned my manifest failure to maintain this blog at the heady levels achieved during maternity leave, and considered the manner in which I might open the post that resumes service, the same image comes to mind of Bernard Hill in the second Lord of the Rings film when, after being exorcised by Gandalf, he gradually unfurls and de-shrivels and, in some bewilderment, says: “Dark have been my days of late…”. 490 more words

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