Willington Walk

After a couple of dull weekends, I finally managed 2019’s first outing with my camera!

A Sunday afternoon walk along the river at Willington started with a cuppa at the Danish Camp.  The Cafe itself was pretty full so we sat outside on the terrace.  It was cold, but the view was good!

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View from the terrace of the Danish Camp.

From there, we walked along to path towards Bedford, stopping off at the 16th century dovecote and stables.  Both of these are maintained by the National Trust.

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The Dovecote

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The Stables

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You can see it was cold – the horse had his coat on!

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The Church

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Tree reflections in the river – three separate photos presented as a triptych.

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I said it was cold, didn’t I?  The water on the lake was still frozen in places.

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Winter Sunlight

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The path back towards the Danish Camp for another cuppa before heading home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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