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Sunset over Lake Vyrnwy at Lake Vyrnwy
Turn right for Hawne basin! at Bumble Hole Visitor Centre
This is Afon Disgynfa,
which is the stream that runs to the Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall.
All set inside the beautful Y Berwyn National Nature Reserve. at Pistyll Rhaeadr
Beautiful cottage overlooking the canal at Kinvere, West Midlands, United Kingdom
The much photographed Chesterton Windmill,
I've seen lots of better photos than this,
but I do like the simplicity of this one. at Chesterton Windmill
This is the lovely stretch of canal inbetween Stewponey and Kinver. at Kinvere, West Midlands, United Kingdom
The Old Engine house was built in the early 1800's and was used to pump water from the nearby reservoir to the canal. at Tardebigge Engine House
Lye & Wollescote Church, our snow has almost gone,
looking forward to Spring at Lye and Wollescote Cemetery
This is the Straining tower of Lake Vyrnwy,
it literally strains the water leaving the reservoir,
the first part of the filteration system before the water starts its 68 mile journey to Liverpool at Lake Vyrnwy
Third and final waterfall snap from Pistyll Rhaeadr,
just like the way the light is catching the sapling next to the stream,
the main waterfall can be seen through the trees at Pistyll Rhaeadr
Tardebigge on the Birmingham to Worcester canal. at Tardebigge
Looking down the valley away from the top of the Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall. at Pistyll Rhaeadr
Friday nights sunset from Titterstone,
although we had been treated to a cloudless blue sky all afternoon,
the view looking towards Ludlow and the Shropshire hills were shrouded in haze.
Titterstone has derelict buildings from the quarry that used to be the main industry of the local area. at Titterstone Clee Hill
Another snap from my visit to the spectacular Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall at Pistyll Rhaeadr
Early morning joggers at Bratch
Voted number 91 amongst Britains favourite walks,
the Birmingham to Worcester canal
passing through picturesque village of Tardebigge at Tardebigge
Afternoon light shining on Lake Vyrnwy,
in the distance is the Straining Tower,
this literally filters the water has it starts its 68 mile journey to Liverpool. at Lake Vyrnwy
A first visit to Chestertons famous windmill,
it didnt reward me with the sunset I was after,
but had some nice light in the afternoon.
WARNING. to anyone planning a visit!
Chesterton hill is home to the "stickiest to your boots" mud I have ever experienced.
Sponsored by Araldite!! at Chesterton Windmill
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