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Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Winter at Knott Fold


Regular visitors may remember being shown this notice for horse riders back in July when it was overgrown by nettles.

By October the nettles had been cut back as I showed you on Hyde DP Xtra.

This is how it looked yesterday afternoon when the bridle path was still icy.

8 comments:

Linda said...

Brrrrrrr.... Roll on Spring.

Tom said...

I recall this bridge from my younger days Abe.... I would climb up and watch the steam trains going up and down these lines... A few of us would also walk across the outside of this bridge on the ledge, holding onto the top of the bridge for dear life whist shuffling our feet across... I walked this path a while back and shivered at the thought of myself doing that...

PAK said...

Yes, cold. But the place has it's own charm.

B SQUARED said...

That path would be filled with bicyclists if it were here.

Cezar and Léia said...

Thanks for all different views.
I liked this picture a lot, beautiful composition!
Hugs
Léia

julia said...

An evocative study, takes us to older, natural surroundings free of hype, even knowing the latest could be just around the corner out of sight

Rose said...

Oh, I like this...

Lois said...

It sure is pretty, but it looks so cold!

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