River Bide Brook Ford (Please enlarged!)

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Rosalyn Hilborne on January 31, 2012


Thank you John. Another packhorse bridge as well! Cheers, Rosa.

els f on February 2, 2012

a beautiful place and very restfull... big like for the view, the old house is very special...

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 2, 2012

els f

Thank you Els. I am pleased you like this peaceful scene.

Best wishes, Rosa.

K@rin on February 2, 2012

HI dear Rosa Very well composed view , lovely photo, like it , am always amazed that in some villages the brook crosses the streets and ahve to drive through it with car , is that here also the case >? best wishes Karin

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 3, 2012

Hi dear Karin. Thank you for your lovely comment. I suppose they weren't thinking about cars when these houses were built :) I don't think there is another way to get to the houses. As far as I know it is a dead end road! Have a great and not too cold weekend. Best wishes, Rosa.

K@rin on February 3, 2012

HI dear Rosa just started to snow a little overhere and still cold , even the River Vecht is frozen , just saw when went to the beautysalon.. for a massage of an hour , was lovely and am all relaxed and smooth feeling now .. :)), but did not take my camera :( wish I had because was a wonderful light at first , now grey, we get -15C coming night . ... so BRRR

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 3, 2012


Sounds like a nice relaxing start dear Karin! I have to look forward to cleaning the kitchen and bathrooms :-( No snow here yet but it's coming from the east so will see what the weekend brings! No camera...oh Karin ;-)

K@rin on February 3, 2012

Oh .. I need to do the cleaning also now.. , Wish you a happy cleaning ! :)

zanot10 - NO VIEWS on February 4, 2012

Very good shot! LIKE!

Greetings Z.

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 4, 2012


Thank you Z.

Greetings, Rosa.

Theolfa on February 4, 2012

I love the angle at which you viewed this scene, Rosa. The old stone wall of the bridge immediately grabs the eye and leads it along the pathway and onto the nestled houses, and all framed so well by the trees and the moving water. So beautiful! ☆ Theolfa

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 4, 2012


I am so pleased you like it Theolfa. It was such a lovely scene, it could have been from another century. I managed to keep the power cable out of the picture! Warm greetings, Rosa.

khoi tranduc on February 18, 2012

Very nice photo! Like!

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 18, 2012


Thank you for your kind comments.

Free Wheels on February 27, 2012

Great capture of this impressive looking ford. L

Rosalyn Hilborne on February 27, 2012

3_Wheels, All the years I have been coming here, just before Christmas we found this and some lovely old buildings in a lane we had never been down before! Cheers, Rosa.

Andy Rodker on March 1, 2012

Splendid shot of a truly beautiful scene! ys+l. Best, Andy

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 2, 2012

Andy Rodker

Thank you Andy. Lacock is on my list of favourite places! All the best, Rosa.

keepclicking on March 3, 2012

A darn site more water coming through here than when I snapped it.(see wiltshire tags)

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 3, 2012


I see you have some lovely pictures of Lacock. I am a frequent visitor there, I love it! Cheers, Rosa.

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Photo taken in Lacock, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15, UK

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  • Uploaded on January 27, 2012
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    by Rosalyn Hilborne
    • Taken on 2012/01/22 16:20:59
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • Flash fired