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Christopher Thomond explores Holcombe Hill  - photo essay

Guardian photographer Christopher Thomond has spent the last few weeks of coronavirus lockdown exploring Holcombe Hill in Greater Manchester - where he met local residents while exploring its multitude of paths, bridleways and moorland

“They say on a clear day you can see the Kremlin from here,” quipped the dog walker who had paused momentarily as he crossed the moor back towards home. The friendly passerby was clearly exaggerating but the views from Holcombe Hill are certainly far reaching. Below, nearly 3 million people are spread out across the Manchester conurbation and beyond, with the tallest buildings clearly definable on the city’s rapidly changing skyline.

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