Well, the penultimate day in my 365 challenge, and for todays photograph I thought I’d pay tribute to the landscape thats been so kind to me; Frodsham, Helsby, Runcorn and the surrounding areas of the River Mersey, Liverpool, Manchester and beyond.
I took a series of photographs, 12 in the image above, and created a super wide panoramic photograph. Its probably difficult to see here, but if you click on it you should be able to see it much better via Flickr.
I’ve taken so many images all over this landscape, the wind turbines, the motorway, the viaduct, the power station, the churches and buildings, the sunsets and sunrises, the bridges, the woodlands, the vistas, the rivers and lakes.
Its taught me so much, and I have discovered so many amazing little places I never knew were here, right on my door step.
The sunrise wasn’t as magnificent as I would have liked it to be, but it really doesn’t matter, I’m just thankful today for the memories and images this landscape has bleessed me with, throughout this year.
It’s taken me and my family on all sorts of adventures and exploration missions, I’ve really enjoyed it, and so have my girls!
One final image of this landscpe below, thats a compisite of 15 images. Thats 15 images in this one photograph, but within that photograph, the places I’ve been too have given me the vast majority of the thousands of images I’ve captured this year. Incredible to think really!
So, one last image to take tomorrow in this challenge, and if all goes to plan, I think it will be a good one!