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Clitheroe Castle was built in the motte and bailey style and stands on a limestone outcrop dominating the town. The castle has one of the smallest keeps in the country and is thought to have been built around 1186. Legend has it that the large hole which can be seen in the side of the keep was the result of the Devil hurling a boulder from nearby Pendle Hill. In truth the damage was ordered by the government in 1649 to put the castle out of commission.
Camera Make: Canon Model: Canon EOS 7D
Exposure Program: Shutter Priority, Focal length: 20 mm, Aperture: f 8, ISO: 100, Exposure time: 1/160 sec, Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average, Exposure Bias: -0.66666666666667 EV
Date/Time Creation: June 5, 2013, 11:33 am
ImageID:1189654, Image size: 2373 x 1773 pixels
A strong image with a saturated sky caught well complete with the flag of St.George. Thanks for the details too David. This quality image is a very welcome addition to POE.
Very sharp detail enhances this architectural shot. The absence of visitors cluttering up the view adds to the attractiveness. Thanks also for the interesting narrative.
Excellent shot David. Very well laid out image along with interesting narrative
Superb David I can only endorse all that has already been said.
Excellent picture David .
Beautiful and impressive composition David. Great details captured in the castle area.
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