Saturday, 30 November 2013

Pigeon Tower, Two Lads, Winter Hill and Bomber Memorial

 

Leaving the house to get over to Rivington the sun was just breaking the horizon – new it would be a good one

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and it was great conditions for this morning’s run over the moors.  Headed off before the others to get some shots of the Pigeon Tower or Lady Leverhulme’s sewing room.  Up through the ornamental gardens and into the sunshine.

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Rest of the runners emerge below Rivington Pike

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and at the Pike the views are stunning in every direction

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Everybody’s out for a run this morning

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Approaching two lads onTwo Lads

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Contrails

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Pockets of frost where the sun hadn’t reached

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A seat with a view

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Lead Mines Clough

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Back to Rivington Green

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