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Friday, June 05, 2009

Path from Osborne Road


In August 2007 I discovered the path to Gower Hey Woods from Osborne Road.

This view is the opposite of that earlier one, looking back towards Osborne Road.


The wall lower down has grown a lot more moss over the past two years.

11 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Gerald!
Wonderful pictures! This path is really outstanding! I would like to visit there someday!
Kind regards
Léia & Cezar

Rambling Round said...

I love all the stone fences and paths.

siva // ശിവ said...

I would like to walk through that way...)

Kate said...

The top photo is a picture of serenity! The bottom is a little creepy, tho.

Ex Hydeonian said...

I love the top photo Gerald. The autumnal colours are beautiful, and the cobbles and stone walls are a really interesting combination. How much work must have gone into laying all that stone. Used to play in Gower Hey Wood as a child. Thanks for the memories yet again!

AB said...

Nice path, nice shots. I love the cobbles, the stone wall and the moss.

Hilda said...

I love your color treatment of the first photo and the moss of the second!

Old Wom Tigley said...

I've spent hours and hours playing in those woods and on the train lines that used to be. I have seen an old picture of a farm in the woods as well Gerald.. but I certainly don't remember it... or ever coming across any sign of it.

Rose said...

I love these!!!

Babooshka said...

Have to admit whatever you've done to the top shot I like it. Great to read Tom's childhood memories too, again to set scenes.

lucyhollis said...

Ahh moss-y rocks, one of my favourite things! Beautiful photographs, this walk seems so peaceful.

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