and occasionally rides a bike.
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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Hambleton Peninsula, Rutland Water

Thu, 2014 Nov 20 12:03 PM GMT
With Harry.  A misty morning turned into a fine early afternoon, and we grabbed the beautiful weather before the evening closed in with more fog and mist. Around 5 miles, anti-clockwise around the peninsula.
The start of the walk

Sheep enjoying the sun

One of several varieties of fungus

Black Hebridean sheep

There's still colour in the leaves

Conservation work in Hambleton Wood

When we finished the circuit, we watched a flock of long-tailed tits near the parking spot.

Map and details


Ida Jones said...

That looks wonderful - well done for making the most of it. I envy you even a brief respite from the mist and fog! A little better here today - still grey sky but thankfully no damp fog.

aliqot said...

It's a delight to see blue sky!

Roy Norris said...

Some impressive images Alison.

aliqot said...

Thanks, Roy.