At the start of June we headed up to Holcombe Hill and walked up to Peel Tower which we’ve never done before but it was a stunning little walk, and any walk in Greater Manchester that gives you a distant view of the city is a winner in my eyes. There’ something so calming about seeing the city in the distance whilst breathing in the fresh country air. Beautiful.
It wouldn’t be a camera roll post if I didn’t have at least one sunset pic now would it?
The quiet walks around Manchester continued.
For Luke’s birthday we didn’t have many options on what to do, so another country walk it was! We headed to Dovestone Reservoir, and I couldn’t recommend it more as a walking spot if you’re in the North West. We climbed up a waterfall and reached some absolutely cracking views, to was just so stunning, which is why I went a bit overkill on the photos. Oh well!
Very happy to see this good boy again!
Look how many geese!!
One of the reasons I love Manchester is the bold creativity. I had seen this George Floyd memorial on instagram, it popped up pretty soon after his horrific death, and I’m glad I got to visit in in person too. People had left lots of BLM protest signs around it and it just felt like such a powerful statement to bear witness too.
Some beautiful shots of sunny Castlefield during the brief, but much appreciated, heatwave.
And I’ll end this months roll on yet another country walk, and it’s another reservoir walk at that.