Thursday, 17 April 2014


Josie and I parked at Scarisbrick Marina for our walk. It opened in March 2009 with moorings for up to 200 boats. The cafe serves wonderful 'home-cooked' food and delicious cakes, and with sunny outside seating is a lovely place to visit.
We walked the Leeds/Liverpool canal Eastwards towards Burscough, but found ourselves wandering into the woods at the side of the Canal. It was only when we came out that we saw the 'Private Property' signs nailed to the trees!!

Fuji X-T1, 18-55mm and 60mm lenses.

Mile Markers at Scarisbrick Marina
Marina View with Cafe
Duckegg and Brass  Porthhole Reflection

HDR Reflection

Marina Panorama

Celandines and various colour Bluebells

HDR Woodland Path

Red and Black on Green

New Growth

Pink Bells
White Bells
Bee on Bluebells

Scarisbrick School Tower

" You took me to your favourite place on Earth
to see the tree they cut down ten years from your birth.
Our fingers traced in circles round its history,
we brushed our hands right back in time through centuries."

Trees Reflections

Scarisbrick Ancient Wayside Cross

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