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Pennine meadow in evening light
England

Early evening sun falls across a typical meadow between Luddenden and Warley in the south Pennines. The light was gorgeous as I shot this, and as spring turned into summer there seemed to be a surfeit of chlorophyll across the valley. Everything is a shimmering, vivid green.

Copyright: Joby Catto
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Uploaded: 25/01/2014
Updated: 28/03/2014
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Tags: meadow; grass; trees; summer; evening; sunshine; green; calderdale; yorkshire; field
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