Golden Tones of England

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Golden Tones of England

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Sometimes everything comes together - light, subject, composition and timing.  This is one of those times.

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This was taken at The Roaches in the Peak District. The Roaches, Hen Cloud and Ramshaw Rocks are formed from a thick bed of coarse sandstone ('gritstone') of Namurian age, a subdivision of the NW European Carboniferous system which occurs widely across the Peak District and takes its name, the Roaches Grit, from this location.

Watch the video of how I took this image below...