The Pang Valley from Sulham Woods

The Pang Valley from Sulham Woods

A view from the gateway into Sulham Woods in West Berkshire looking over the village of Sulham and the Pang Valley. This was captured late on a January afternoon as the sun was dropping to the horizon. The Pang Valley follows the course of the River Pang which flows from near Bucklebury to the Thames at Pangbourne. The village of Sulham, at the bottom of the hill lies on the banks of the Sul Brook, a smaller tributary which also joins the Thames further downstream.

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Image size: 4739 x 3139, 15.74Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 22/02/2019

Ian Lewis | The Pang Valley from Sulham Woods
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