Keith Flamã©E's posts from June 2009

This 18 foot high landmark standing on the top of Kerridge Hill overlooking Bollington is visible for miles around. White Nancy was actually built as a summer…

These photos are from a few years ago when a friend and I used to fly a Thunder & Colt Ax7 -77 hot air balloon. I rediscovered them today on an old hard drive.

Sabres XD707 & XD730 - 66 Squadron RAF crashed 22nd July 1954 while on exercise from Linton on Ouse. On exercise from Linton-on-Ouse Flying Officer Jim Horne…

The “Edge” at Alderley Edge was the setting for Alan Garner's novel “The Weirdstone of Brisingamen”. Stormy point is also the site of local legend. Tradition…

Yr Wyddfa (“Snowdon” in English) is the highest mountain in England & Wales and is Great Britain's highest mountain south of the Scottish Highlands.

This tree was struck by lightning last week. The blast stripped all the bark from the trunk and shattered the tree down its centre, scattering the branches.…
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