First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
The kind of path you want to walk to see what is around the bend.
Love to follow that path.
I keep expecting the Birches to have some leaf by now but then I remember that it is still only April. Love that shot.
Glad you like it, Deepak. A contrast with your paths?Hello Jennifer. Round the corner would not disappoint - long, old platforms of the railway line this used to be, followed by a tunnel!Hello Hermes. It's an annoying path in that the approaches are either steep or awkward to get to. However, once you are on it, it is plain sailing, whether on foot, roller-blades or motorised buggy. (No horses or cars allowed.)Hi Toffeeapple. I too am being confused by trees. I would have expected there to be more leaf around than there is and suspect the drought may have delayed them. Now we are having lots of heavy rain, I imagine they will launch out. The sides of paths have suddenly greened up and the plants there are growing apace.
A delightfully pleasant trail to use for daily exercise. It would hardly seems like work.
Hi, Rita, that's exactly what people do. There are often people jogging or roller blading along here and it's a regular cycle route too. I walk!
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