This picture was recently sent in to Mysterious Britain & Ireland. The camera used has 3.2 mp and is was about 8 years old. The photographer has always used this camera and never had a picture like produced. No flash was used.
Sedgley Beacon lies some 237 metres (777 feet) above sea level in the heart of the West Midlands. It is said that the top of Beacon Hill is the highest point between Sedgley and the Ural Mountains in Russia. Commanding views were once enjoyed right across the industrial Black Country and beyond to the Clee and Malvern hills and the mountains of Wales. Read More »