Sunrise from Castlebarrow.
Actually – it wasn’t quite sunrise, this is ‘the climbing tree’ taken a few moments before the previous photo and clearly already catching early rays.
It wasn’t that early of course – the sun likes a long lie-in in this neck of the woods in November.
But now that the sun was up, it was providing some lovely light, here bathing the Pepper Pot.
Sun seen through the trees.
In Eaves Wood.
The Ring O’Beeches.
The ruined cottage. Might the MBA be interested?
Oak trees, Eaves Wood beyond.
These pictures were taken early on the November Sunday morning, on the day after the walks in the previous two posts. As you can see, the weather was glorious again. With B away there was no rugby, but S has climbing sessions on Sunday mornings, in the sports centre at Lancaster University, so I was taking him to that. That still left time for a respectable trundle prior to breakfast though.