A Dry-Stone Wall

Walking in the Borrowdale Valley

We had good weather again this week for our penultimate trip for this year to the Borrowdale Valley in the Lake District . Whilst there’s not much blue sky in evidence on these pictures, the sun was shining much of the time. Fast-moving clouds provided an ever-changing sky with patches Read more…

A Well-trodden Path Borrowdale Cumbria Lake District

A Well-Trodden Path

This well-trodden path in the Borrowdale Valley in England’s Lake District is my post for Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. It’s one of my favourite walks. We’ve another trip there planned for the week after next, so hoping the weather is as good…or at least dry!    

Sunday Tree: 1

My entry for Becca’s  Sunday Trees  challenge is this picture I took a couple of days ago on a visit to the Lake District. Shortly after this was taken, the heavens opened and we had a few minutes of typical Lakeland weather. And then plenty of sunshine for the rest Read more…

Throwback Thursday: Looking Towards Pendle Hill

A weekly series where I revisit old photographs. Pendle Hill, in the Forest of Bowland, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This photograph was taken on a walk from the village of Barley, past a couple of reservoirs and up into Aitken Wood to follow the Pendle Sculpture Trail. Read more…

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