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Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 2 July 2008 in Sport & Recreation and Portfolio.

This style of stile is used for crossing dry-stone walls without causing damage. This one at Wessenden Head although close to the Pennine Way is actually part of the Kirklees Way.

My other ABC Wednesday X posts this week are

X marks the spot at Hyde Daily Photo

X-country running at Old Hyde

Xercise blocks at Ackworth born, gone West

To visit more ABC-Wednesday X posts go to Mrs. Nesbitt's Place

Panasonic DMC-FZ18 1/400 second F/5.6 ISO 100 168 mm (35mm equiv.)

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ESNORWAY from Svelvik, Norway

nice x good shoots to

2 Jul 2008 6:24am

Gary from United Kingdom

Ah, I've trecked over many a stile in my time, generally landing in a recently deposited 'gift' from one of the animals in the field beyond.

Happy days.
Bodge's Bulletin

2 Jul 2008 6:31am

Aileni from Ireland

That's the style... er, stile.

2 Jul 2008 9:23am

Varying Seasons from Canada

This is a wonderful landscape photo and a very interesting X!

2 Jul 2008 10:15am

Donald Kinney from Fairfax, CA, United States

Someone did a great job on the construction of those stairs.
Hope you are enjoying a great X day.

2 Jul 2008 12:56pm

RuneE from Norway

I used some of those along Hadrian's Wall. A photo for me.

2 Jul 2008 4:23pm

babooska from ramsey, United Kingdom

After Wigger's World's posting about these I have been on the lookout here but none as yet. Another inventive choice. Can't wait to see your Y's and Z's

3 Jul 2008 11:57am

@babooska: I think I'm only going to do 3 Ys (2 decided, 1 still thinking about - won't be linking them next Wed methinks). As for Z ...

Panasonic DMC-FZ18
1/400 second
ISO 100
168 mm (35mm equiv.)