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View towards Green Moor, near Wortley, South Yorkshire.
England

Standing just below the busy A629, we have the village of Wortley to the left and the village of Thurgoland to the right. Across the fields in the distance is Green Moor and Green Moor Delf. In the far distance is the ridge known as Hunshelf Bank. Its a cold autumn morning.

Copyright: Peter ward
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Uploaded: 09/11/2009
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Tags: village; nature; fields; trees; sheep
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