Posted by sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 9 March 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.
East of Gibraltar Bridge looking towards Unity Mill. The River Tame is behind the trees on the left.
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What a lovely image. Breathtaking.
9 Mar 2010 8:29pm
I love these country scenes - pastoral.
10 Mar 2010 12:15am
How homey! A beautiful picture. I can imagine walking down this road, with a fishing pole in my hand, off to get dinner.
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10 Mar 2010 7:12am
homey is right!
10 Mar 2010 8:57am
Looks like a wonderful place for a dog walk!
10 Mar 2010 12:29pm
wow would love to take a walk there
10 Mar 2010 2:58pm
This is a beautiful scene! I love the curvy path.
10 Mar 2010 5:54pm
makes me want to take a walk!
10 Mar 2010 10:12pm
Now that looks like a pleasant walk. Wouldn't life be boring without trees?
11 Mar 2010 8:28am
Nice Spring walk ?
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11 Mar 2010 12:17pm
Oh! I thought the other photo appealed to me...this is better still.
14 Mar 2010 3:08pm
That's a great photo and very special to me. My Mum's ashes are scattered just where the path starts its first bend in the distance. She is on the river side of the path, under a tree we planted. The reason the ashes are here is because she lived in Haughton Green form being a baby in 1909 to 1938. Her childhood was spent roaming that particular place and she said it was the happiest time of her life. She lived on Gibraltar Lane, where the photographer was standing. Next to the photogragher was Gibraltar Bridge which led to Gibraltar Cotton Mill or "The Gib". My mum went to work there when she left school at the age of 14. She has written a book about her childhood in Haughton Green . She died in 2008, just two days short of her 99th birthday.
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