Danny Beath: Pictures of November

PUBLISHED: 17:58 19 October 2010 | UPDATED: 18:01 20 February 2013

Danny Beath: Pictures of November

Danny Beath: Pictures of November

Award-winning photographer Danny Beath shows us some more beautiful images of Shropshire

Picturesof November

Mitchells Fold
This photograph was taken at the remains of an ancient stone circle at Mitchells Fold in the South Shropshire Hills. This is the view west over the valley mists and towards the Welsh Hills. There is a myth that one of the stones is a petrified witch who was punished for milking a magic cow. The good people of Shropshire then set a circle of other stones around her to prevent her from escaping

Creeping fog
This is one of those thick November fogs that often cover the whole county, except for the highest hills where you can emerge from the clammy gloom and up into brilliant sunshine. This was taken on the side of Corndon Hill and the fog was creeping slowly higher up the hill and moving in waves along its slopes

Sheep in the clouds
I found these sheep high up on the South Shropshire Hills, which were surrounded by extensive valley fog on this day. The sheep seemed a bit lost up here in the clouds and they all bleated in unison when they saw me, as if I had come to rescue them. In reality, they were expecting the farmer to appear and feed them

The age of steam
I took this picture during the Severn Valley Railway autumn steam gala. The cold, still morning emphasised the steam as it billowed around the station and issued out of the trains steaming up and down the platforms



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