Thornseat Moor above Strines Reservoir

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I love the wilderness feel to this area around the Strines Reservoir near Sheffield. I took this image on 11th May 2010 having just visited Boot’s Folly. The image is a 3 exposure composition post-processed with Photoshop CS5. It was taken with a Nikon D90 fitted with a Nikon VR 18-200 zoom lens at a focal length of 20mm.

The image measures 4292 x 2860px at a 300 dpi resolution.

The reservoir’s main source of water comes off the Derwent Moors, two km to the west with the Strines Dike and Foulstone Dike rising at a height of around 500 metres above sea level and converging before flowing down to the reservoir which stands at a height of 250 metres. There are several smaller tributaries to the reservoir which flow off Ughill Moors to the south.

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