Weekly Photo Challenge - Reflections

My first submission for the Weekly Photo Challenge – stepped right into it – wandering locally with my recently acquired digital “mini” – took some shots – this one is of an abandoned fishing stage built over a lake that’s fed by a stream that used to be drainage fromt he local colliery at the beginning of the last century (how spooky it is to type that!). The “slag heap has been dismantled to fill limestone caverns in the Black Country and there is a lovely, if muddy, walk there these days.

Got back home, opened the mailbox and – voila – “reflections” – hope you like it.

30/11/ 2012


2 responses to this post.

  1. Great photo and I love ‘Muck, line and thinker’ title 🙂


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