Having returned to Bosley, I cannot drag myself away. Following on from the previous post, here are some more images, including some of the residents. The black and white treatment changes the atmosphere completely but I think it remains Spring like:
(click on the images to enlarge)
I was always oddly proud of this local literary connection – due south of Bosley along the A523 is Rudyard Lake, another reservoir built to feed a canal, this time the Caldon. John Lockwood Kipling and Alice Macdonald liked the place so much they named their son Rudyard (30 December 1865 – 18 January 1936).
If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss……..
Those clouds…and cows!
Clouds and cows…….that’s pleasingly alliterative. It would have been even better if I could have found some cauliflower 🙂
Or some crows.
What can I say… lovely images (in this post and in the previous post)
Gotta love that cow and his pals :))
He looks a little bit suspicious (I assume its a he).
Thanks Malin – I think it was a he. There was an electric fence between us, maybe that explains his suspicion 🙂
Yes, that must be it… 😉
OT: I remember (when I was a kid)… that I always forced myself to touch these electric fences… I don’t know why, but I did it (too many times).
Brave girl – I was a wimp – I never touched them even once 😦
Many thanks, much appreciated
The cloud reflections in the first photo are wonderful
Many thanks Cate – it needs to be in black and white with a red filter – in colour they look oddly flat.
When there is a sky full of clouds I always convert to black & white just to make them pop.
Wow! Cool B&W shots! What a dreamy clouds reflection in the first pic! Gorgeous!
Many thanks, it was the most perfect morning.
Love that cow 🙂
Me too – not sure it liked me though ,-)
Ha, I guess it tolerated you long enough to get a photo though.
LOVE the cow picture!
Many thanks, she is a popular young lady, or she could have been a he 🙂