A small gallery of images from a Sunday morning, in December, stroll.
Saturday Morning Walk
As the title suggest this is another walk post with, you guessed it, more images from around Lancaster. I went a little further this time and so the walk covered a lot more to photograph including many canal bridges.
Anyway I went down Lancaster Canal towards Carnforth, got off the canal at Hest Bank, walked down to sunny Bare and from their to the Shrimp roundabout where I joined the riverside path to walk back into Lancaster City Centre.
Enjoy the photos:
Another Bloody Walk
At some point we will all get tired of this… Well I won’t but I will stop posting pictures as I will be covering the same walk… Okay to be brutally honest I will unlikely stop posting pictures as well.
This walk was across Ryelands Park, over Carlisle Bridge, along the river to the wetlands, up the lane to Aldcliffe and the canal, along the canal and then back into the City via Ashton Road to the Shadowcat Offices on White Cross
Out Walking (Again)
Another day, another hours (which ended up as 90 mins due to a DETOUR) trek around Lancaster.
This time I trudged up the hill to Wliamson Park, down to the canal and detoured round the revitalised Fairfield Gardens and Nature Reserve before passing the castle and down the hill back home.
Some pictures below:
I came back to live in Lancaster in 2006 eventhough I could have chosen to live almost anywhere. I have been asked why Lancaster and not somewhere like Manchester or London and the answer has always been the views.
In the current pandemic crisis that has become even more true. Where else could I live in a city with access to art, culture, shopping and travel and still be within 20 minutes walk of the countryside?
Anyway here’s some pictures from today’s walk.
Between the 20th August 2018 and the 19th August 2019 I undertook a 365 day challenge. My task (and the rules I set myself) was:
- Publish a photo on each day;
- The photo need not be taken that day;
- The photo should mean something to that day;
- It would be published on my personal blog;
- I could only use my phone to take or edit any images;
- They would be my images or own work.
It was a fun task. I like taking photos, I take a lot of them. I also am a semi-pro photographer with a number of different cameras and lenses that I don’t use as much anymore as 3 young children kind of kills habits and hobbies that cannot be contained by short evening periods or when children are present.
These are all the images in one gallery. Enjoy.