For today, I decided to go back to another one of green grassed, blue skied landscape shot. This was taken some time last week on my Wolverton Walk alongside the serene river of Ouse. According to the information on http://www.bucks-wmiddx-ramblers.org.uk:
"This walk goes through attractive parkland and carefully preserved countryside, along a river and a canal, passing two canal aqueducts, a windmill, a Roman villa, an historic abbey and the famous concrete cows. There are a couple of slightly spooky tunnels."
For those with high fitness levels, Wolverton Walk is a must for all the beautiful sights and sounds it has to offer - alongside the aforementioned spooky tunnesl and the abandoned old railworks building. I have already posted some shots earlier this weeks from my walk. This particular one was taken from the the aqueduct which also hosts the Milton Keynes stretch of the Grand Union Canal. For those who wish to visit the good old MK, this definitely is a sight to see.
Anyway, without further ado, folks, enjoy the photo and your extended weekend.
Words and photography by Sinem
"Ars longa, vita brevis."
Ps. Do not forget to visit http://digitalmike.shutterchance.com/ who I believe is celebrating his birthday today. Happy birthday, digitalmike.
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