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"When first seeing this image, I instantly thought about going down to the South West of the UK, as the ruralness and the nature in the area is gorgeous. 

... Cheddar Gorge looks amazing, driving through it makes you feel like you're in Fast and Furious cruising along the twisty roads. To get to the location I wanted I had to climb Jacob's Ladder; I chose to come up here as it allowed for an altitude like the MAA image, but also had an essence of leading lines too."

A densely forested landscape, with a house on a slope in the centre of the image, 13 June 1967. Yaremo, Wogamus River, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. Macfarlane Collection, MAA T.68655.MFL

Final image

"Environment created by years of erosion, this gorge has become a summer tourist attraction, parches of grass and vegetation."

Photograph by Tyler Lee Brinkworth

Cheddar Gorge, United Kingdom, 24 March 2022

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Two million years of human history. One million artefacts. Countless astonishing stories.