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where three counties meet

the weather has been miserable for the last few weeks...


The one positive I can find amongst all the rain is that the low light makes it easier to take long exposure shots of waterfalls.


This is the ancient packhorse bridge and the Panniers Pools at Three Shire Heads. It earns it's name from the fact that it marks the point is where three counties meet. I was standing in Staffordshire when I took the shot, the bank on other side of the river to the left is Cheshire, and the orange bracken covered hill beyond the bridge is Derbyshire.


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Taken on November 7, 2010