Day 331~366


This afternoon I went for a walk on Cleadon Hills, hadn’t been there before, but thought I might catch the sunset as it’s high up.  I managed to park in the wrong place and ended up walking up a really steep muddy hill to get to the top, as opposed to the gentle incline I could have taken if I’d just driven a bit further down the road.  No matter, I survived (though my leg muscles may not forgive me tomorrow) and it was worth it for the views.  I walked a lot further than intended and realised I’d have to get back before dark set in and I had to go down the slippery hill in the dark, thereby missing the view of the glorious sunset from the top, and just catching a little bit of it on the way down. So not a great success, and I will have to return in summer and do the ‘proper’ walk for a fraggle report.

Cleadon Water Tower at the top of my muddy hill.

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The view from further along, by Cleadon Mill.

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Same view, in the ball, and my shot of the day

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and the missed sunset through the trees at the  bottom of the hill.

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Categories: 366, crystal ball, Fuji, fujiXT1, landscape, nature, photography, reflections, sunset, uncategorisedTags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

10 comments

  1. All great shots indeed, FR. I love the top one, with the branches and light in the ball.
    Well worth the effort of climbing that hill, especially as I didn’t have to do it…
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. Awesome. I like the pink and purple one the best. What a great idea.

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  3. wow.. I’m in awe!!! I really need to get out more, at different hours, these are all so awesome fraggy

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  4. Those are really quite beautiful colours! 🙂

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