Sunday, July 20, 2008

Hebden Water

Today's photos are from Calderdale, UK, in December of 2007. Hebden Water is the name of the river running through; though it doesn't feel tiny, Calderdale is what many in the UK would probably class a "small town" -- and there are little towns like this dotting the English countryside pretty much wherever you go. The interesting part is that there are pretty much no suburbs -- the town just abruptly stops. Click to enlarge.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Actually, I think that's the Rochdale canal running through the village of Hebden Bridge. Place has started to become yuppified in the past ten or so years. Drives the locals nuts.