The Duddon Estuary and Black Combe

Saturday 4th June 2016, 5.10pm (day 1,745)

Duddon Estuary, 4/6/16

One of England’s best-looking, and also hardest-to-reach corners. I have been doing this blog long enough to have photo locations recur even though it feels like quite a while since I was there, and this is true here — the slopes of Black Combe (the 1970′ above sea level mountain in the background), the Duddon Eastuary, and local fauna, featured on this decent shot taken back in October 2013. Today’s shot was taken from near Foxfield station on the long train journey home: not a bad picture for one taken from a moving train through glass, although there are some reflections visible near the centre if one knows where to look.

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3 thoughts on “The Duddon Estuary and Black Combe

  1. Beautiful. And I had no idea it was a train window shot until I read your text (and even then you’d be hard pressed to notice).

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