Tuesday, 9 May 2017


At Wakefield Wharf hangs a jolly recycled figure, from the crown I think that he must be master of all he surveys, here rules King Scrap.
Closer to my home turf is Millom Park plantation consisting mainly of conifers (spruce, larch and pine) where there is extensive logging going on at the moment. Nothing goes to waste when one can build a series of what I can only describe as lean-to wigwams, a nice place to relax and shelter from the weather, made complete with bespoke log seating.  The past winter has been unusually warm, which I consider a good thing. although it does come with a downside when walking (or working) in the countryside, mud, and lots of it.
Not a problem when one can slice a tree up into steps and rise above it all.  |However the photograph was taken this month and things have changed considerably.  This spring we have had a long period without any rain so everything is extremely dry but it was still enjoyable to skip from smooth step to step up the path.

An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at R here 


carol l mckenna said...

Great post and photos for R ~ great places recycling ~ thanks,

Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

Roger Owen Green said...

That is very clever!

Anonymous said...

stick t-pee is interesting

Melody Steenkamp said...

an actual word and so necessary ass well... love creations are made of it

Ann said...

LOVE objects made from refuse---so clever and cute.

Klara S said...

I love the third picture! It's wonderful.