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Monday, May 18, 2009

Beyond Green Lane Bridge


Last week I showed you over Green Lane Bridge, having previously shown you under the bridge. My correspondent Old Wom Tigley said he'd driven over the bridge recently and found it bumpy and muddy. And he wasn't wrong!


He tells me also that this field is where lapwings can sometimes be seen. I expect the tree will have grown a few leaves since this photograph was taken.

This is the bottom end of Green Lane which leads up to Mottram Old Road and Werneth Low. In the opposite direction it has been mostly obliterated by the St Pauls Hill housing estate.

8 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Very impressive post!
Beautiful landscape and I feel now something from "Jane Austen's work".
Léia

White Oleander said...

What a beautiful scenery...quite romantic.

Per Stromsjo said...

Looks like the right kind of road for a leisurely walk to nowhere, just because. I like the first shot.

Babooshka said...

Go back and capture me a waxwing, virtually of course. Wrong side of the country but I was getting Lorna Doone. Wild and wonderful.

Rose said...

I LOVE that first picture!

gogouci said...

The first pic is stunning. The tree/bush(?)'s branches are expansive. Great scenery.

Lynette said...

Bumpy and muddy appear to be understatements! Nice photos, Gerald.

Mediterranean kiwi said...

i noticed the earthy path in your photo - we have lots of these in hania, especially where i live. i would have thought that most pathways in the uk would be tarmaced, but i am obviously wrong

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