Monthly Archives: January 2021

A climb to the watch tower.

December 9th 2006. Today we were walking in the Font Rioja National Park where the plan was to climb up to a fire watch tower high on the ridge of the Sierra Serrella. There were just three of us today, … Continue reading

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Dramatic lighting

It has finally stopped raining and I have been for a short walk down the beach. There was some dramatic lighting and I managed to capture this image of one of the Iron Men with a rainbow behind him. He … Continue reading

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Sanchet. Polop to Finestrat.

I awoke to clear skies and I was picked up by Neil and Vanessa at 9.00am. Our plan was to do a linear walk from Sanchet to Finnestrat. approx. 16km. Vanessa drove out along the CV 70 towards Polop before … Continue reading

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A stroll on the Sierra Helada.

We are back in lockdown and unable to travel even short distances to do a walk. I am keeping myself occupied by reviewing some of my earlier walks. It was way back in December 2006 when I set off for … Continue reading

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The resurfaced Dibb Lane.

Dibb Lane is a popular footpath linking Hall Road in Blundellsands with the village of Little Crosby. It is well used by both walkers and riders on horseback from the stables in Little Crosby. A few months ago the local … Continue reading

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More memories of the Lake District.

I am keeping myself occupied during Lockdown Number 3 by looking back over some of my old photos. Looking down on Buttermere was taken in 1987. I had walked along the shore of Buttermere and then climbed Haystacks before continuing … Continue reading

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