Three miles of plodding on Sunday gave me the opportunity to capture the images above and below. Above, Hood Brook tumbles from the moors near Sheepwash Bank. Archaeological evidence has shown that Neolithic people lived by this stream. Below the view from Coggers Lane to The Hope Valley.
Earlier today, I parked Clint in Church Warsop - a Nottinghamshire village that grew upon the back of coal mining. I plodded for three hours, taking photographs in several map squares that I had not walked in before. As I approached William Wood Farm near Warsop Vale, I heard these three bovine beauties singing "Baby Love" by The Supremes:-
A lovely sun-dappled path in Cuckney Hay Wood:-
St Augustine's Church in the tiny hamlet of Sookholme. It dates back to Norman times but like many other English churches, it underwent numerous changes and repairs in the past thousand years.
A bridleway signpost with a view to the parish church in Church Warsop.
Autumnal mushrooms in Cuckney Hay Wood - I admit that I find it difficult to identify the majority of mushrooms. There are a lot coming through now as winter approaches and the days get shorter.