Bingley Rural Magazine Cover Images

All the cover photos used on the Bingley Rural magazine since November 2012.
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Autumn foliage in Wilsden: Oct/Nov 2013 cover. By Tony Caunt LRPS

Autumn foliage in Wilsden: Oct/Nov 2013 cover. By Tony Caunt LRPS

Goit Stock waterfall from the top, Harden, by Lisa Firth (Sept/Oct 2013 cover)

Goit Stock waterfall from the top, Harden, by Lisa Firth (Sept/Oct 2013 cover)

Moonlight Walk for Cancer Support Bradford & Airedale, by Mark Winterbourne of No More Dead Pixels (August 2013 cover)

Moonlight Walk for Cancer Support Bradford Airedale, by Mark Winterbourne of No More Dead Pixels (August 2013 cover)

Saltaire lion, by Lisa Firth (June 2013 cover)

Saltaire lion, by Lisa Firth (June 2013 cover)

Barge on canal, Bingley, by Lisa Firth (May 2013 cover)

Barge on canal, Bingley, by Lisa Firth (May 2013 cover)

Lady Blantyre's Rock, St Ives Estate, Harden, by Lisa Firth (April 2013 cover)

Lady Blantyre's Rock, St Ives Estate, Harden, by Lisa Firth (April 2013 cover)

Five Rise Locks, BIngley, from above, by Tony Caunt LRPS (March 2013 cover)

Five Rise Locks, BIngley, from above, by Tony Caunt LRPS (March 2013 cover)

St David's Ruin (Ferrand's Folly), Cottingley, by Lisa Firth (February 2013 cover)

St David's Ruin (Ferrand's Folly), Cottingley, by Lisa Firth (February 2013 cover)

Snow scene, Wilsden, by Judy Caunt (January 2013 cover)

Snow scene, Wilsden, by Judy Caunt (January 2013 cover)

Sheep near Cherry Tree Row, Wilsden, by Tony Caunt LRPS (December 2012 cover)

Sheep near Cherry Tree Row, Wilsden, West Yorkshire, UK . photo by Tony Caunt LRPS (December 2012 cover)


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The Needles Eye by Taffmeister ~ The Needle's Eye is one of several follies in the grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England

Taffmeister - The Needle’s Eye. The Needle’s Eye is one of several follies in the grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England.

Jack the Treacle Eater;    One of four Follies built to mark the boundaries of an estate south of Yeovil built in the 1820’s. The story is that Jack, a noted local runner who is commemorated by the figure on the top, trained on a diet of treacle.

Jack the Treacle Eater: One of four Follies built to mark the boundaries of an estate south of Yeovil built in the The story is that Jack, a noted local runner who is commemorated by the figure on the top, trained on a diet of treacle.

The Désert de Retz is a ruined French garden in Chambourcy, France - the Temple of Pan folly.

The Désert de Retz is a ruined French garden in Chambourcy, France - the Temple of Pan folly.

The Rotunda, built in about 1760, in the Pleasure Ground at Petworth. ©National Trust Images/David Levenson

The spirit of Petworth

Amazing scenery and architecture such as The Rotunda, built in about in the Pleasure Ground at Petworth. ©National Trust Images/David Levenson - kids will love the deer and tree climbing!

The Wolery_Chewton_Keysham:  One of the more fascinating examples of the Tower Folly. Built with an untrained hand (often the best way!) it is leaning daringly over the river beside it as if to fall at any moment. Either that or it is about to take off for the moon. Wolery is the local patois for Owlery.

The Wolery Chewton,Keysham

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