Monday 19 October 2020

On the Hilltop




Back in September  I posted a photo of this tractor parked on a hill. it was taken early one morning when my wife & I took an early morning walk up the hill near the caravan site we were staying at. We continued up the hill

The tractor is over to my left somewhere and the path we are taking is straight up

Further along the track I looked back down

and over to the right towards the caravan site direction

It did not take long to reach the top where we found this pond, the sun was trying to break through the clouds. A little further along I looked across the hillside and spotted this triangulation pillar. What I did not take was a photo of the hill it was on and took a photo of the pillar to see if that was what it was. I'm stood off the side of one hill and this is around a kilometre away on another

We decided to head back to our caravan and some breakfast so it was back along the track

You can see the odd sheep in the bracken their white fleece showing up

I looked across the hillside and notice what looked like animals on the hill

Zooming in I could see pony's grazing 

After walking a bit further we saw our destination at the bottom of the hill
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  1. The last photo gives an idea of the height of the hill. The caravan park looks to be in a beautiful, scenic spot.

  2. Beautiful bucolic scenes.
    Thank you for sharing at

  3. That's a really nice place for a walk.

  4. Sometimes what looks so ordinary, turns out to be so extraordinary. Beautiful walk through so much bracken fern. The journey up to the top of the hill and view downward makes it all so rewarding.

  5. Thanks for sharing these views, they are fabulous! You have a great eye for details.

    Many thanks for your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week !!


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