I went back to Crook Peak this Sunday gone, a leg stretch and to enjoy a fine autumn day. The depth of view you get on days like this never fail to stop me in my tracks. Some more HDR work and fun with the camera.
Finding new paths, new viewpoints in the local landscape is something that leads a walker back to favourite places time after time. On a sunny day the main paths can fill with families and strolling groups. Mountain bikers and horse riders mean you need to be aware of faster moving users of the countryside. Especially when using the bridleways that criss-cross the area. Finding quieter paths is a way to spread the load on this beleaguered landscape, we all want our space. It needs to be used wisely to ensure it lasts for a while longer.
Enjoy the trails as Autumn winds its way towards winter. The cold air opens views and a crisp morning holds the stillness around you.