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  by Alan Forsdike

 
These images are for sale as cards and prints - see below for details.
Autumn

A1: The view of the western slopes of the Malverns seen from the summit of British Camp, an Iron Age hill-fort

A2: Autumn colours at Little Malvern

A3: Seasonal colours along the western slopes of the hills on Jubilee Drive between Wyche Cutting and British Camp

A4: On the ridge path south of Wyche Cutting on Jubilee Hill looking towards Worcestershire Beacon

A5: The tops of the hills showing through on a foggy morning, looking south from the Worcestershire Beacon

A6: Looking down on Great Malvern and the Priory Church from the hillside above the town

Winter

W1: View looking south towards Pinnacle Hill and British Camp from a path on the slopes of Worcestershire Beacon

W2: The magnificent panorama looking southwards from Worcestershire Beacon

W3: A view to the southern end of the hills across the fields near the village of Welland

W4: Malvern Priory on a snowy winter morning

W5: Winter view of Pinnacle Hill from a snowy footpath on Worcestershire Beacon above the Wyche Cutting

W6: View from the end of Jubilee Drive looking north towards the Worcestershire Beacon

Spring

Sp1: The delightful duck pond at Hanley Swan on a glorious spring day

Sp2: Malvern Priory seen from Rosebank Gardens

Sp3: Wild daffodils in the woods near Raggedstone Hill

Sp4: Bluebells carpet the lower slopes of Raggedstone Hill near Hollybush

Sp5: The wooded slopes of British Camp seen from the north, on Black Hill

Sp6: Springtime on Malvern Common

Summer

S1: Looking southwards on a summer's day to Pinnacle Hill from a path near Wyche Cutting

S2: The magnificent panorama to be seen looking southwards from Worcestershire Beacon

S3: The view north from Broad Down towards British Camp and the distant Worcestershire Beacon

S4: Aerial view of British Camp, an Iron Age hill fort

S5: Worcestershire Beacon and the Malverns ridge seen from Pinnacle Hill

S6: The view of the western slopes of the Malverns seen from the summit of British Camp, an Iron Age hill fort

Alan's pictures can be purchased either as cards - any four for 5.00 or 1.50 each (p&p flat rate 1.00)
or as prints, mounted and ready to frame - 16 x 20" - 20.00: 19 x 14" - 30.00 (p&p 2.50 per item).
Other sizes available on request.
 
To order please email Alan.




 
Or write to:




 
Alan Forsdike
The Ridings,
Hook Bank,
Hanley Castle,
Worcs.
WR8 0AZ
Phone: 01684 591 184




 
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