Slate Fence (Summer agriculture archeology ). Photo by Cowgazer
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Slate Fence

Uploaded by: Cowgazer

Sunday June 16, 2013

UKPOSTAL LL54 6,

Caption: Far more slate than timber on the hills, so local farmers used offcuts from the quarries to form field boundaries. They also make great windbreaks and scratching posts for the livestock.

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About Cowgazer

Cowgazer

I am Peter, brought up in the center of Manchester, UK. But was a square peg in a round hole there, worked 33 years as stockman in dairy farming then made redundant. Luckily got a job managing a garden nursery for a couple of years, but had to leave as tenancy came to an end. Couldn't find work so relocated to Wales and am now a self-employed gardener, great move, good things come out of hard times. Digital tech has made photography affordable to me and I love it, compliments my walking and Birdwatching. At present on a steep learning curve, new things are always good, stretch your mind and keep you sane-ish.

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