Duncan M Wilmot
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I began photography in my late teens now in my 50's: have learned a lot, am still learning? With me the photographs i take are a matter of personal choice they bring me enjoyment Gets me thinking: what i take, where I am, what could, should happen, but does not?
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Statues near the Chicago Board of Trade, south end of LaSalle St, Chicago

St Marys Churchyard and Chapel, off Bathwick Street, Bath, England, UK

St Mary's Church Hall, Guinea Lane, Walcot, Bath, now Guinea lane Nursey

Thanks Duncan have passed a few times had only assumed lead didn't know about the Fluorspar.

View North, from General John Logan Memorial, Grant Park, Chicago, USA

Yes it is the last remaining arch from the Rookhope smelt mill. I came to this area over 30 years ago on a geology field trip for my O' level studies. I still have a huge chunk of fluorspar I found nearby. SEE HERE

Photo of the Groverake Mines headgear, at the former Groverake Mine site On the Rookhope-Allenheads road, Weardale, Co Durham, England, UK Originally a lead (shaft) mine later worked as a flurospar mine Remnant the North Pennines areas local industry network: lead mining.

Groverake Mine: Rookhope-Allenheads road, Weardale, Co Durham, England, UK

Linzgarth Arch, on the Rookhope-Allenheads road, Weardale, Co Durham, UK Remnant of a local industrial processing site: in a lead mining area.

See how 'straight' the road is in the valley below, this is Dere Street? A 'Roman' road, passing 'Legs Cross' an Anglo Saxon pillar: remains of?


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