John Sheldon's photos with the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014

On the Malvern Hills

On the Malvern Hills
This is our main local geological landmark. The Hills rise 1394 feet (425 metres) above sea level at their highest point and measure 9 miles (15 km) in length. The highest hill still shows clear signs of use as a major Iron Age hill fort.
The bed rock o…
Added on February 12, 2014