Chester County was one of the three original Pennsylvania counties created by William Penn in 1682. It was named for Chester, England. It is part of the Delaware Valley region and is the only county in Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania suburbs that does not border Philadelphia. In addition, it’s the healthiest county in Pennsylvania. Known for its rolling hills, bright green valleys and abundant horse farms, it is a Photographer’s delight. Typical of Chester County this photograph is of Daffodils planted along the roadside with large boulder borders and lined with trees as a backdrop. It’s not unusual to see Horseback riders traveling along the front of this path, which makes it even more spectacular! This photograph was shot in USA with a Canon 40D equipped with a 18-200mm lens.
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