Lyme – 9 February 2016

The Cage - foreground intentionally in soft focus

As I’ve explained before I spend a lot of time up at Lyme Park, a National Trust property in Disley which is on the edge of Cheshire and Stockport.

When I’m not inspecting walls, fences, gates and trees, nor leading my running group about the Park, I enjoy looking for photographs. Sometimes I’ll even remember to take my camera, which helps a great deal as the lens on my mobile phone rarely captures the magic of the moment, let alone an image at all with any certainty of focus.

These photos were taken in the mid-early morning, at about 9.30 GMT prior to my running group arriving. I always go out beforehand and check my routes as due to the inclement weather recently there is always a risk that a route is impassable or at the very least, too slippy to be safe to lead a group through.

Whilst I’m a fan of all things nature-based, I do seem to enjoy photographing architecture as well and it is this aspect which came out today.

Enjoy the gallery.

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