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Saatchi Online Artist: janet darley; Gouache 2012 Painting "Towards Clowes Wood from Seasalter Flats"

Saatchi Online Artist: janet darley; Gouache 2012 Painting "Towards Clowes Wood from Seasalter Flats"

Dietmar Voorworld is an artist who takes rocks, pebbles and leaves he finds in nature and turns them into memorable pieces of circular land art.

Dietmar Voorworld is an artist who takes rocks, pebbles and leaves he finds in nature and turns them into memorable pieces of circular land art.

One of the best walks in the Derbyshire Peak District of England is Jacob’s Ladder; an old pack horse route with a short steep climb leading to a magnificent view of the vale (valley) of Edale.

One of the best walks in the Derbyshire Peak District of England is Jacob’s Ladder; an old pack horse route with a short steep climb leading to a magnificent view of the vale (valley) of Edale.

Chatsworth - where my son learned to ride his bike and where we fed chickens with the Duchess...

Chatsworth - where my son learned to ride his bike and where we fed chickens with the Duchess...

Gloria Lamson- ((imagine taking artificial objects in kodi but putting them in this mandala like formations..a statement on the garbage dump there))

Gloria Lamson- ((imagine taking artificial objects in kodi but putting them in this mandala like formations..a statement on the garbage dump there))

The Tissington Trail in the Derbyshire Peak District, a bridleway & walk/cycle path. Part of the National Cycle Network, it runs for 13 miles from Parsley Hay in the north to Ashbourne in the south, along part of the trackbed of the former railway line connecting Ashbourne to Buxton. It takes its name from the village of Tissington, which it skirts. The trail has a firm crushed limestone surface which makes it ideal for cyclists & walkers of all ability, including wheelchair users.

The Tissington Trail in the Derbyshire Peak District, a bridleway & walk/cycle path. Part of the National Cycle Network, it runs for 13 miles from Parsley Hay in the north to Ashbourne in the south, along part of the trackbed of the former railway line connecting Ashbourne to Buxton. It takes its name from the village of Tissington, which it skirts. The trail has a firm crushed limestone surface which makes it ideal for cyclists & walkers of all ability, including wheelchair users.

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