Botany Bay Known as Canal Mill when built in the mid nineteenth century, Botany Bay is now used as a retail outlet.
Calpher Wood This wood lies west of the village of Grafham, close to the edge of the reservoir.
|Title||Pasture, South Ardittie|
|Photo's author||Mick Garratt User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||19 Aug 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL|
|Exposure time||1/100 s|
|Focal length||45.0 mm|
Pasture, South Ardittie
Field of Wheat, South Ardittie With a deer playing hide and seek.
Field Boundary, South Ardittie
Barselton wood. A carpet of beech leaves and moss covered roots provide a contrast of colours in this area of woodland
Waterlogged Field, South Ardittie
Trees beside Barselton Pond. The angle of these trees show how precariously they cling to the soil.
Barselton Pond. The mixed woodland hugs the edges of this pond in Barselton Wood
Deer fencing. The fence divides the newer plantation from the old mixed woodland at Barselton
Edge of Barselton Pond. Trees cling to the banks of the pond, and many have fallen after the earth was eroded from their roots.
South Ardittie Farm
Farm Track and Farmland Drumharrow Farm