Idle Valley Nature Reserve

Idle Valley Nature Reserve


I had the pleasure of some really wonderful light for a few fleeting minutes as the sun came up before dipping back under clouds. Luckily for me the light fell directly on the reed and silver birch at the far end of the gravel pit. Now how often does that happen? For some reason of all the landscape images i have taken this is one of my favourites, perhaps because its not taken in the Peaks or Lake District but is no less dramatic.

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