Chimney smoke drifts lightly across the rooftops of a group of houses, in the hillside village of Castleton in Hope Valley, Derbyshire. The light coloured smoke is contrasted against the dark trees on the adjacent hillside. A small tree in the foreground has its autumnal leaves lit by sunlight from behind.
Smoke is rising from a chimney on a village home in Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, UK. Viewed beyond two stone walls and a small tree, the light coloured smoke is contrasted against the dark trees on an adjacent hillside. Autumnal leaves on a tree in the foreground are lit by sunlight from behind.
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Smoke rises from a chimney on a village home in Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, UK. The light coloured smoke is contrasted against the dark trees on a hillside nearby. Autumnal leaves on a tree in the foreground are lit by sunlight from behind.
A view from Bristol's Cabot Tower, looking almost directly South and slightly towards the West, across Southville and Bedminster in the foreground and past Headley Park and Hartcliffe in the middle distance. The eastern rim of Dundry Hill is on the horizon. || The dominant block of flats (the "tower block") on the left of the picture is Gaywood House, situated on North Street, between Sion Road and Dorset Street, and opposite the junction with King William Street. || The red brick chimney in front of the tower block belongs to the company called Clifton Paints Limited, situated off King William Street and behind the Autopoint car sales forecourt on North Street. (The forecourt is not seen in this photograph.) Both companies share the postcode (or "zip code") BS3 1HF. || In front of the tower block, the dark red, end-of-terrace house, with one large and two small skylights on its roof, is situated on the corner of Stackpool Road and Leighton Road. || The stone building to the left of the tower block is South Street Primary School, BS3 3AU. || The light-coloured semi-detached house to the right of the top of the tower block stands at the junction of Headley Lane with St Peter's Rise. The line of houses going up the hill to its left, with the white railing in one of the front gardens, is on Headley Lane itself. || Continuing a line from the top of the tower block past that light-coloured house, towards where the houses end and the fields begin - the strip of green space with the round tree
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PART OF THE TOWN ' SIX BELLS ' NEAR ABERTILLARY, , WALES, UK. A TYPICAL SOUTH WALES VALY'S TOWN WITH TERRACED HOUSES ON HILLSIDE. ORIGINALY A COAL MINING TOWN