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Path from River to Canal

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 4 January 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

An old stone path, North of Hyde, leading from the River Tame to the Peak Forest Canal.

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Pavan from London, United Kingdom

Lovely good snap. It looks to be a beautiful place.

4 Jan 2008 3:36pm

HorseRotorVator from Newton, United States

Wow, what a cool wall! What gorgeous green. And the frost. Very cool! :)

4 Jan 2008 5:32pm

Steven from Montreal, Canada

Nice composition!

5 Jan 2008 2:25am

Illuci from Hurdegaryp, Netherlands

II'll never forget these walls because when I was in Cornwall there was such a path (a bit broader) where cars were permitted, on both sides there was such a wall. I intended to walk to our bugalow park where we stayed, it was already darkening. After a 100 meters walking I was almost hit by a car and the driver yelled to me if I was a fool or something, and I understood that you better don't walk in dark along such paths;

5 Jan 2008 1:10pm

@Illuci: In Cornwall I can imagine that - I like to think that "up North" we'd be a bit more tolerant.

RuneE from Norway

I like these British stone walls with the upper layer turned sideways - so very different from ours.

And what a perspective it gives to the picture!

6 Jan 2008 11:09am

Kerri from United States

Wow...this is lovely! I love paths and bridges....love the stonework!

9 Jan 2008 8:54pm

julia from Australia

No, i believe I prefer green moss rather than that on HDP, hard to say. Very appealing. (how relaxing to have a word verification that is easy to read. How secure does it really need to be)

18 Jan 2008 6:48am

@julia: Hi Julia, thanks for commenting here - this set up allows larger pics to be displayed though I don't usually display my Hyde pics here unless I want to show a different editing thereof.

payam from tehran, Iran

It's too hard for me to take my look away from the path , the path takes my look to the end .

21 Jan 2008 2:16pm

@payam: thank you - that is how I meant the shot to be

Petrea from Pasadena, CA, United States

Hi Sithenah,
I like this photo on both of your sites--the way it draws me to the path's end. I want to explore it, and since my feet can't do that, my eyes do.

21 Jan 2008 6:24pm

Cuentos from Spain

Beautiful capture! I love this way. It is an interesting image.
Saludos, Mariana C.

24 Jul 2008 7:31pm

@Cuentos: Thank you - it is one of my personal favourites too

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Nice capture Gerald

7 Jul 2009 9:26pm