Welcome if you are new to my blogs. I posted my photos with commentary from my weekly patrols regularly for over 2 years but seldom get chance now since dedicating my time to the Drystone Walling team.
A rare opportunity for a patrol arose Good Friday so, camera in hand, I headed off to explore My park. OK, you can share it as well. It's a long one, hang in there.
The white building right of centre is Manchester Airport and the power station seen outlined on the horizon is Fiddlers Ferry 27 miles away near Widnes. (These are of course a later addition to the view)
Looking into the Estate along the old road. Lantern Wood and Park Moor ahead, all part of the grand estate.
this brittle paper like residue. I'll be on the lookout for the delightful young fronds uncurling up through the brown.
This stone bridge needed a step adding at one end as the ground in now 6" higher than it was.
Well, that was a big old walk today, if you followed my this far, Thank You, and I hope you enjoyed yourself. Bye for now, Delta-Ged