Ribblehead Viaduct: PT.II | 720nm Infrared | 35Chronicle Photography

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Look Back, Before You Leave.

When arriving here at the viaduct, it’s so easy to forget to look around at the landscape. It really is that jaw-dropping. If I was a walker (as in, a keen rambler) I would have already known the name of the flat-top hill behind us as Pen-Y-Ghent, one of the Three Peaks so popular with enthusiasts. Suffice to say, though, I love this landscape so much that I am even thinking about a trip here for a few days, after a visit to a reputable outdoor clothing shop! 


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Thank you all for your clicks and kind thoughts and comments and, I do hope you’ll enjoy these last few IR frames from Batty Moss! 

– Memento Vivere! – 
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4 thoughts on “Ribblehead Viaduct: PT.II | 720nm Infrared | 35Chronicle Photography

    1. Thank you, Steve. Sorry I’ve been away for a few weeks and just catching up. Really hope to get back to this place later this year or mid-spring next year. Really glad you enjoyed these frames – if you ever get over to the UK, places like this inspire so much awe. Have a great weekend my friend! Best, R.


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