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N 25 B 103 C 11 E Jan 17, 2016 F Feb 27, 2020
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One from the archives again, not seen any of this white stuff so far

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N 117 B 674 C 39 E Jan 11, 2018 F Feb 23, 2020
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" babe

Strum me like a guitar blow out my amplifier
When you hear some feedback keep going take it higher..."

-J. Jackson

happy sliderssunday everyone!

Tags:   macro sliderssunday abstract bokeh blue 1crzqbn shadows

N 70 B 675 C 82 E Jan 4, 2020 F Feb 21, 2020
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Still not been able to get out due to this constant rain.

Tags:   coth5 Nature Through The Lens

N 74 B 709 C 69 E Feb 17, 2020 F Feb 17, 2020
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Although there is evidence of prehistoric, Iron Age settlement in the area, Bakewell itself was probably founded in Anglo Saxon times, with settlers being attracted by a cluster of warm springs.
Bakewell Parish Church, now a Grade I listed building, was founded in 920 and has a 9th century cross in the churchyard. The present church was constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries but was virtually rebuilt in the 1840s by William Flockton. By Norman times Bakewell had obviously gained some importance as it was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086.
The crossing of the River Wye, where the Grade I-listed five-arch bridge now stands, was key to Bakewell’s establishment as a meeting and crossing point and led to the town’s development as a trading centre, a market being established in 1254. There was an abortive bid in the 18th century to develop Bakewell as a spa town similar to nearby Buxton.
The construction of the Lumford Mill by Richard Arkwright in 1777 was followed by the rebuilding of much of the town in the 19th century, and now tourism is the main industry, thanks mainly to its standing, since 1951, as Derbyshire’s capital town of the Peak District National Park.


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