Some articles on valley, valleys:
... The Clydach Gorge (also known as Cwm Clydach) is a steep-sided valley in south-east Wales down which the River Clydach flows to the River Usk ... It is now exploited by the A465 Heads of the Valleys trunk road which runs between Abergavenny and Swansea and which serves the Heads of the Valleys sub-region ... easily reached from the Heads of the Valleys Road ...
... There are dozens of valleys on the Long Mynd, many of which are named Hollows and Batches ... The highest concentration of valleys is on the eastern edge of the Long Mynd, near Church Stretton town ... The geography of the valleys has many of the larger ones adjacent to each other, running north west to south east ...
... The Western Cascades Lowlands and Valleys ecoregion comprises a network of steep ridges and narrow valleys on the lower slopes of the Cascade Mountains ... The steep valleys trending to the west contain high and medium gradient rivers and streams that support cold water salmonids, including the ... for irrigation and municipal water supply in the Willamette Valley ...
... Brenta Valley Casentino Itria Valley Mugello region Val Müstair Occitan Valleys Ossola Valle Peligna Piscinamanna Po Valley Susa Valley Val Taleggio Val Bregaglia Val Camonica Val d'Orcia ...
... Lily of the Valleys) is a communal settlement in central Israel ... Located to the north of Netanya, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hefer Valley Regional Council ... I am a rose of Sharon, a lily of the valleys ...
Famous quotes containing the word valleys:
“But oh, not the hills of Habersham,
And oh, not the valleys of Hall
Avail: I am fain for to water the plain.
Downward, the voices of Duty call
Downward, to toil and be mixed with the main,
The dry fields burn, and the mills are to turn,
And a myriad flowers mortally yearn,
And the lordly main from beyond the plain
Calls oer the hills of Habersham,
Calls through the valleys of Hall.”
—Sidney Lanier (18421881)
“... often in the heat of noonday, leaning on a hoe, looking across valleys at the mountains, so blue, so close, my only conscious thought was, How can I ever get away from here? How can I get to where they have books, where I can be educated? I worked hard, always waiting for something to happen to change things. There came a time when I knew I must make them happen; that no one would do anything about it for me. And I did.”
—Belinda Jelliffe (18921979)
“I do like a little romance ... just a sniff, as I call it, of the rocks and valleys.... Of course, bread-and-cheese is the real thing. The rocks and valleys are no good at all, if you havent got that.”
—Anthony Trollope (18151882)