It’s interesting but when you are walking about in Much Wenlock, you are very rarely aware of how steeply the land rises towards Wenlock Edge, or of the fact that the town sits in a distinct hollow with other not-so-steep hills rising to the east and south.
In this photo I am walking down from the Edge, following the path that ends up on Sytche Lane, a short hop from our garden gate. We’re lucky to have so many good walks on our doorstep, and mostly field paths, too.
Walking Squares #5 Today Becky is taking a walk close to home.
18 thoughts on “Coming Home From The Edge”
Terrific photos Tish 😀
Many thanks, Cee.
Thanks, Sue. In some ways it looks as if it belongs to time past rather than in the now.
Yes, Shropshire has a liminal quality
That’s an excellent description.
Ah, thank you, Tish!
Steep or not, that looks a right good walk!
It is a fab walk. And a circular one too that takes in a section of the Edge. And the clockwise version always seems very different from the anticlockwise version – one of those strange geographical quirks.
It always surprises me how different walks are when done the other way on
for a moment I read this as other way up and had visions of you walking upside down!!
Ha! Some days it can feel like that.
Now you’re definitely losing it Becky 😉
Robert would have told you I’d lost it a long time ago!!
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Now this is fabulous walking on your doorstep
It certainly is.