Back to doing non-poem posts. I will keep those up, once or twice a month sounds good, but since I would be doing them anyway – although I’ll have to keep a better editing schedule, so I’ve always got enough up to scratch – they’ll be in addition to the rest of the posts. Doesn’t mean much, since I don’t have much of a schedule, but I am trying to fatten up this blog a bit.
So, it’s December, which means time to share my photos from Autumn.
To begin with, a walk along the Leeds-Liverpool canal between Salterforth and Barnoldswick:
A random picture taken above Malham, close to the tarn:
Went to Stainforth Force to see the salmon jumping. We didn’t see very many, and I’m not fast enough to catch one on camera, but I do have some pictures of the area:
Took a few visits to Strid Wood, my old favourite,and a little bit more of the Bolton Abbey estate in general:
That last one was taken from the castle grounds, so I figured it belonged with the ones of the castle. Here’s just a couple more from Skipton:
And a walk from Linton to Grassington:
And that’s that for this one, those are my photos from Autumn. Thanks for looking.