Ossington Sundown

Ossington Sundown - Landscape

In my quest to get some decent images of Nottinghamshire I took this one about 5 minutes away from my home. Ossington is a small village which nestles at the bottom of a small ridge which runs all the way from Kirklington. This gate is located on a bridle path and looks out across what used to be the parklands for the Ossington manor house, which I beleive burnt down and was demolished in the mid 1900's. I would have liked more detail in the sky and may return at a later date to try and improve on this.
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Typical Woodland Ride in Springtime

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