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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Six Day Walk (2): Woodend Lane from Gower Bank

This is the second post of some photographs of a walk I took some weeks ago. I'm sharing this walk with you over six days.

Yesterday we climbed down the steps from Woodend Lane and I hope you carefully stepped over the cats at the bottom.

Church Brow curves back from the bottom of the steps up to Woodend Lane. We cross the valley of the Gower Hey Brook to the bottom of Gower Road.

Our track continues on the other side of valley. This is the view from there over the trees to the houses on Woodend Lane.

To see how it looked a hundred years ago visit Old Hyde.

You can see the view in the opposite direction on Hyde DP Xtra.

Come back tomorrow for the next step in our walk.


Cezar and Léia said...

I'm silly to ask but... where's the lane? Anyway, very interesting shot! It has a special atmosphere!
God bless you!

Anonymous said...

What a joy to see so much green.

Please have a nice Thursday.
daily athens said...

I also like that green area. Wonderful shot and a genial walk.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I'm impressed by how the cultivation was allowed to give way to some woodland. The same has happened in New England over the past 100 years.

T. Becque said...

Looks like a nice walk!
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