Sunday, 5 June 2016

Cat Portrait

Sunday, 8 May 2016

A Walk around Rivington

Group shot before setting off

Summit of Rivington Pike

Descent off Rivington Pike

Along Belmont Road

Looking back towards Rivington Pike

The route towards Two Lads

The Mast on top of Winter Hill

Group photo at Two Lads


Leaving Two Lads

Trig Point on Winter Hill

Looking across towards
Anglezarke Moor and Great Hill

Another group photo
The descent off Winter Hill


Almost down

Looking back towards Winter Hill

Winter Hill and the mast

Heavy Plant Machinery on Redmond's Edge

Route across Redmond's Edge

Anglezarke Moor

Reaching the summit of Great Hill

Looking back towards Winter Hill

Heading towards White Coppice

Descent to White Coppice

White Coppice comes into view

Tiltshifted Group photo

Almost down

A well earned ice cream at White Coppice

Greedy guts!
Leaving White Coppice

Warm day for walking

Playing catch up

Path along Anglezarke Reservoir

Path along Anglezarke Reservoir

Path along Anglezarke Reservoir

Heading towards High Bullough Reservoir

Group photo at Yarrow Reservoir

Looking towards Rivington Pike (R) and the Pigeon Tower (L)

Looking towards Winter Hill

Winter Hill (L), Pigeon Tower (M) and Rivington Pike (R)

Path back to Rivington Barn

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Another Starling in the Garden

(Sturnus vulgaris)

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

The Dedicated Runner

My youngest Daughter
out on a training run earlier today.

Monday, 3 August 2015


Watching for birds in the garden

Sunday, 26 July 2015

A Visit to Brockholes Nature Reserve

The start of our walk around Brockholes

A map of Brockholes

So many wildlflowers

One of many Cinnibar Caterpillars

Enroute to the woods

One of several woods at Brockholes


Mr Toad

Another carving
(can't remember this characters name)

 Heron in the River Ribble

Following the River Ribble

Best of buddies today

A spot of Purple

Blue Dragonfly

 Sitting by the River Ribble

View across the River Ribble,
Pendle Hill in the distance

 Soldier Beetle


A small amphibian found on the 
path near Number One Pit
 (I can never tell if they're frogs or a toads)

Finally, some photos of Number One Pit: