Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Dan Cattermole, Oct 29, 2011.
probably not very easily
Beautiful captured photo Dan, loving the vibrant colours, superb stuff!
Is it me or am I bieng completely incabable of finding ANYTHING on this Nature Nature reserve?
I remember finding something on it not long after I took it.
I'm still on the case Hamish not to worry.
Here are some map piccies of my phone.
As you can see, it's called 'The Delf' by philip's street atlas
Next to a village called Eyam
and the pin drop marks the where abouts of this water feature of the picture that I took.
but thats not the 'stunning' part of the Delf... it's towards the back of that reserve.
Has anyone else got any ideas, links, memories, of this place???
Founds this on the web...
Check out page 3, there are a couple of references to Eyam Delf...Item 7 and 6A
Right, just found out a bit more.
There is a good chunk of history at this place in the delf, including the nearby village Eyam
There's a few caves that where great to rumage through. not big, but never the less very exciting
They called it the Cucklet Church where it was once a places of worship high in the fresh air to avoid the plague.
Here is short a youtube video
Cucklet Church, Eyam - YouTube
Down the bottom there is where my shot was taken.
Plague Sunday | Mysterious Britain & Ireland
hope this helps further.....
Wow, thanks Ade
I didn't dee that one...... EXCELLENT!!!
I can see where the GPS units for cameras would be handy for these situations. The expense is a bit overboard though.
Oh, most definately a great costly invention.
I have a gps app for my phone for just such situations.
I don't use it a lot mind, as it tends to dry up the phone battery fairly quickly.
Really nice Dan, love the milky looking water!
Thank you Jim.
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