Saturday, 19 November 2016

a walk around Chaddesley Corbett

Well a very cold but sunny start to the day, the wife was up for a walk so we drove to Chaddesley church, which was looking real nice in the sunshine.

We made our way up through the village and beared left up the lane which is known as the Holloway, a narrow road so be careful if a tractor comes hurtling your way.
This tree is absolutely smothered in berries, perhaps a sign of a hard winter on it's way.

Still some colour in the trees along this lane

Here's a nice landscape from the lane, saw lots of birds along the way as well as a buzzard, which settled in the far tree but didn't take a long lens with me.

 We had a look along some of the public footpaths of which there are many and came across this beautiful little waterfall, good job I had the tripod with me.
This is in the small Hamlet of Hillpool, when you arrive at the bottom of the bank there is a public footpath on the left just over the small bridge, this will lead you to this beautiful place.

This one was on the way back and saw the last of the sunshine.

All in all we had a very pleasant walk which covered about 4 or 5 miles, we popped into St Cassians for some interior shots, we were married here 43 years ago.
This one is a HDR image.

Very pleased with the images I got.
Lots of rain forecast for tomorrow so doubtful I shall be out, so might be a few days before another walkabout and we haven't finished with the Chaddesley area quite yet.

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