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Staffordshire

rawshutterbug  | Chasewater Country Park Sunrise

Chasewater Country Park Sunrise

A frosty and foggy sunrise at the Chasewater Country Park. Chasewater Country Park is located in Staffordshire. It covers 360 hectares, including 90 hectares of water. Chasewater provides the Canals with essential water to maintain levels in the Birmingham, England Canal Network, and beyond.
rawshutterbug  | Chasewater Country Park Boardwalk

Chasewater Country Park Boardwalk

Taken at the Chasewater Country Park located in Staffordshire. This is one of the boardwalks at the park in mono. The colour version is also available on request. The reservoir covers 360 hectares, including 90 hectares of water. Chasewater provides the Canals with essential water to maintain levels in the Birmingham Canal Network, and beyond.
rawshutterbug  | Beacon Park Lichfield Cathedral

Beacon Park Lichfield Cathedral

The Cathedral and the Beacon Park are located in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.The three-spired cathedral ( also called : the Ladies of the Vale) one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain and the burial place of the Anglo Saxon missionary, St Chad. Beacon The Leomansley Brook Leomansley Brook enters Park Beacon Park which is set in more than 70 acres of beautiful gardens and open space.
rawshutterbug  | Lichfield Cathedral Beacon Park

Lichfield Cathedral Beacon Park

The Cathedral and the Beacon Park are located in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.The three-spired cathedral ( also called : the Ladies of the Vale) one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain and the burial place of the Anglo Saxon missionary, St Chad. Leomansley Brook enters Beacon Park which is set in more than 70 acres of beautiful gardens and open space.
rawshutterbug  | Chasewater Broadwalk Mono

Chasewater Broadwalk Mono

Taken at the Chasewater Country Park located in Staffordshire. This is one of the boardwalks at the park in mono. The colour version is also available on request. The reservoir covers 360 hectares, including 90 hectares of water. Chasewater provides the Canals with essential water to maintain levels in the Birmingham Canal Network, and beyond.
rawshutterbug  | Chasewater Steam Locomotive

Chasewater Steam Locomotive

This is the Chasewater Country Park steam locomotive running around the shores of Chasewater. It is operated by Heritage Railway.
rawshutterbug  | Pink Sky Over The Lichfield Cathedral

Pink Sky Over The Lichfield Cathedral

The Cathedral and Stowe Pool at Sunset.Located in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. The reflection of the three-spired cathedral ( also called : the Ladies of the Vale). One of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain and the burial place of the Anglo Saxon missionary, St Chad.
rawshutterbug  | Blackpool Central Pier Sunset

Blackpool Central Pier Sunset

Amazing clouds over the Blackpool central pier at sunset. The tide is out and the seagulls feeding on the beach.
rawshutterbug  | Sunset At Blackpool North Pier

Sunset At Blackpool North Pier

Blackpool North Pier is the longest and oldest pier of Blackpool's three piers.
rawshutterbug  | White Chasewater Country Park

White Chasewater Country Park

Chasewater Country Park is covered in ice and a dusting of snow. Looking rather splendid in its winter coat.
rawshutterbug  | Red Deer Hiding In The Undergrove

Red Deer Hiding In The Undergrove

A red wild deer hiding in the undergrove. A selective colouring was used to highlight the deer.
rawshutterbug  | Clouds Over The Lichfield Cathedral

Clouds Over The Lichfield Cathedral

This is the Lichfield Cathedral located in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. The three-spired cathedral ( also called : the Ladies of the Vale) is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain and the burial place of the Anglo Saxon missionary, St Chad.
rawshutterbug  | Sunset At Lichfield Cathedral

Sunset At Lichfield Cathedral

The gorgeous bright orange of the sunset at the Lichfield Cathedral and Stowe Pool in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. The three-spired cathedral ( also called : the Ladies of the Vale) one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain and the burial place of the Anglo Saxon missionary, St Chad.