photography by Michael Caithness ARPS

Audio Visual 4 - Threlkeld

The images in this audio visual presentation were taken on several visits to Threlkeld Mining Museum, near Keswick in the Lake District in early March 2006.
The museum is on the site of a disused quarry and mine and has a huge assortment of mining and digging equipment which is in various states of decay.

Threlkeld is a great source of abstract images for the dedicated macro photographer and this AV shows a wide selection of shots that can be found by looking closely.


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