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Photo-a-Day  (Sunday, 15th April, 2018)

Thompson’s Solar Farm, Standish

Thompson’s Solar Farm, Standish
From Rivington Pike. In the distance - part of the wind farm in the Mersey. Ormskirk Parish Church tower and spire dimly visible to the left.

Photo: David Long  (Sony RX10 Mk3)
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Comment by: Mick on 15th April 2018 at 00:06

Our house is on the left

Comment by: Ken R on 15th April 2018 at 02:06

This is a magnificent photo Rev, it's just like someone unrolled the carpet.

Comment by: Gary on 15th April 2018 at 08:30

On a clear day from Rivington Pike, see the Irish Sea.
Since my last view, lots of new things David but still instantly recognisable.
Good photo - thank you.

Comment by: Helen of Troy on 15th April 2018 at 08:36

Goodness David, that is some camera lens you have !

Comment by: Barrie on 15th April 2018 at 10:42

Burbo Bank offshore wind farm off the Wirral coastline starts across from New Brighton and links into other wind farms all the way down the welsh coast to Menai Straits. That is a crackin' photo David -just shows what can be seen on a clear day from Rivington Pike. If had you swung round to the left slightly, the Liverpool L2 Dock cranes would have been in the shot. (92 metres tall they are)

Comment by: Rev David Long on 15th April 2018 at 19:40

I'm looking forward to the day I go up on Rivington and can see five of the seven Kingdoms visible from Snae Fell.
Mick - put your flag up, and I'll see if I can get your house centre-picture next time....

Comment by: Janet on 16th April 2018 at 02:48

It is views like this I miss so much..Where I live in FL, is trees, trees and trees..I love the trees, but I don't even get to see much sky, let alone a view.. I do miss views and this one is lovely... Thank you for posting...

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