On the southwestern edge of this city, a stream runs down from the moors before meeting The River Sheaf. It's called The Limb Brook and where it passes Whirlow Brook Hall a woodland path follows its course. It's a nice route to walk - especially on a sunny Sunday afternoon in autumntime.
Two years ago I snapped a pleasing photograph in The Limb Valley. Go here. Yesterday, as the sun was shining I grabbed my camera and headed back there hoping to bag some more great shots.
Some mighty trees shadow the path like classical pillars. A few other people were out and about. A couple of runners in their fluorescent tops, a few dog walkers, a chatterbox family., a pair of young lovers. From afar, I "used" some of them in my pictures.
Here's a selection. They can be enlarged with a click:-
|Bracket fungi on a dead tree|