This evening, I am posting information on the stunning, scenic view known as Symonds Yat on the borders of the English counties of Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, close to the border with Wales.

Here the River Wye meanders through an ancient landscape of limestone rocks and where traces of man have been found dating back 12000 years. Iron ore was worked here from Roman times.

Yat is on Old English word for gate or gorge.


Images shown here were taken from the vantage point of Symonds Yat Rock from where buzzards and other birds of prey can be seen.




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