There is a pathway below the banking on the left of this image and it runs all the way along side the lake, but you will have to take my word for it. The tops of the wooden posts in the centre right of the image are about three feet high with a concrete base.
An extremely dull cold and windy day for an attempt at walking around some of the parkland. All of the resident various ducks and geese that frequent the three lakes had disappeared completely.
There was little in the way of birdlife although I was fortunate to find some colour amongst the dull midst of the morning. A Cock Pheasant was circling around under some bird feeders and picking up seeds dropped by the careless Greenfinches.
You may recall my previous post about finding a bird that turned out to be a rare Blyth's Reed Warbler.
Below is where I walked along the pathway between the bushes Left and right of the image. I needed a canoe to do that today.
(Blue Tit) Just a little more colour to brighten up the day, but the ISO setting was going through the roof.
This is a car park below.
Almost lucky with this Goldcrest, but the light was so poor and I have cleaned it up as best as I can.
Arn't you supposed to pitch your tents on high ground.?
The weather forecast is changing thank goodness to dry, but very cold weather and it is going to take a while to get rid of all this water.