The Silkin Way

Yesterday I ventured out to Dothill Nature Reserve. I had intended to walk along the Silkin way but I came across a large puddle that caused me to have a change of plan. I skirted through the edge of Apley Woods and rejoined the Sillkin Way further along.

Rest a While

Whilst in the woods I took the opportunity to sit and rest a while. This gave a dog (as on a recent walk) the chance to say hello, leaving leaving a paw print on my leg.

Wrekin View

Three Bridge Way

Landscape

Eye Spy

Treetop View

I explored a bit of Dothill Nature Reserve that I had not visited before. As I stopped to take a photograph I noticed that I was being watched from above. The photographs of my onlooker are not the best quality due to my camera being hand held and on full zoom.

Tee Lake

Tee Lake

Tee Lake

As I made my way back home I could hear the mewing sound of buzzards in flight and looked up to see three of them flying high above my head.

Homeward Bound

12 Comments CherryPie on Mar 3rd 2020

12 Responses to “Dothill Nature Reserve”

  1. Ayush Basu says:

    excellent shots, CP. i loved the birds, all of them. to me, it is always a pleasure to meet a dog on a walk, i get a lot of paw prints and wet noses.

  2. lisl says:

    Are you still walking for your yearly challenge, Cherie?

    • CherryPie says:

      I am still doing the #Walk1000miles challenge. For my 2020 challenge I have so far walked 192 miles. If February hadn’t been such awful walking weather (with storms and driving rain) I would have gathered a few more miles.

      I love the walking challenge :-)

  3. Ginnie says:

    Astrid and I have been on some muddy walks with Lisl in the past, Cherry, and can understand the need to turn and find another way. It looks like you did a great job of managing a fine walk through the reserve.

  4. Astrid says:

    Mud… I know all about it and I think you did well with the other tracks. Wonderful pictures. Don’t you love the things you see while walking!!!

  5. You did a great job of spotting your onlooker!

  6. Wow, what a surprise!
    I don’t think I have seen any buzzards this close before.

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