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NY8629 :: Hay Meadow in Upper Teesdale

Taken 11 years ago by Trevor Littlewood near Forest-in-Teesdale, Durham, England

Hay Meadow in Upper Teesdale by Trevor Littlewood
Hay Meadow in Upper Teesdale

There are two or even three 'yellowings' of hay meadows in Teesdale. In early spring certain fields may be yellow with dandelions being the dominant flower. In upper Teesdale then comes the most spectacular yellowing, by marsh marigold. This photograph shows the third yellowing where buttercups are dominant. The distant farm is Cronkley on the far side of the R. Tees,whilst to the left in the picture is Hill End.
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Subject Grid Square NY8629
Subject Lat/Long 54.660495,-2.209240 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Forest-in-Teesdale, Durham, England
Photographer Trevor Littlewood
Taken 20100618 201006 2010 (about 11 years ago)
Submitted 2010-06-19
Subject field ·
Group Upper Teesdale · Cronkley Farm ·
Term marsh marigold · hay meadows · tees · upper teesdale · flower · early spring · photograph · far side · dandelions ·

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