|Fishermen on Wharncliffe Reservoir on Sunday|
Lord knows why I woke up at 4am. It's annoying because, just for a change, I plan to go off walking today. I am going to drive west - beyond Buxton again - to a remote and tiny settlement called Macclesfield Forest. Before that happens I will need more sleep.
|The oddly named Chemistry Lane above Wharncliffe Crags on Sunday|
I have a mug of tea and two ginger biscuits - my usual companions in the early hours when sleep has capriciously lifted her blinds. Fortunately, it doesn't happen very often. Sleep and I normally get along just fine.
|Lone sheep above Deepcar and Stocksbridge last Sunday|
Rather than overtaxing my brain, all I have for you this very early morning is a small bunch of my most recent images. If I don't do this now, they will slip away into history for I anticipate there will be a whole lot more pictures from my ramble out of Macclesfield Forest.
|The nave of Goxhill Church - Grade I listed|
|Brick ruin by The Humber (dedicated to Meike) - connected with former clay workings|
|Ferry Road, Goxhill - walking to Goxhill Haven|