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    Peter Hrebien
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    Hi Everyone,

    I’ve got the next couple of weeks off and I’d like to get out and about with my camera.

    I still don’t know my way around very well so I’m looking for some suggestions for locations and places to visit.

    Thnaks

    Peter

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    ajroyle
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    The Peak District – some great spots quite near to you – some perhaps overdone photographically but you can just wander almost anywhere and find good subjects. Ilam, Dovedale, White Peak. http://www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/visiting/events

    National Trust? Lyme Park, Biddulph Grange, Little Moreton Hall, Dunham Massey.

    There are many nature reserves if you want to take wildlife pictures.

    Look in on Doug Chinnery’s exhibition if you get over to Bakewell.

    Come on folks, any more suggestions?

     

     

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    Peter Robinson
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    Hi Peter. It depends on your interests and how far your want to travel. There are several interesting cities within a hour. Liverpool, Manchester and Chester are all interesting and photogenic. Or you might like a visit to chester zoo, Knowsley Wildlife Park or Knutsford bird sanctuary for wildlife. Other National trust sites are Tatton Park and Styal Mill. Then there’s Blists Hill Victorian village near Telford. Further a field Snowdonia in North wales is very scenic. Look out for track days at the Oulton Park motor racing track if you like motor sports.
    Enjoy your break.

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    Ian McNab
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    Hi Peter. Northwich is on the river Weaver, and has some interesting buildings, bridges and locations; and nearby Barnton is on the Trent & Mersey canal, with the Anderton boat lift, a feat of Victorian engineering, making a striking connection between the two waterways. Google Maps gets you started:

    https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@53.2650382,-2.5196576,14.7z?hl=en

     

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