|The Seat at the Top of The Twist|
When I want some exercise and a breath of country air well away from a computer key board (and with the mobile phone switched off) I frequently go to College Lake. The place has many different habitats and I have been taking photographs of the Reserve for 9 years - recording the changing seasons - and the improvement made by BBOWT, who run the reserve.
I have decided that at the end of each month my "Rural Relaxation" post will concentrate on one feature of the reserve and include pictures taken at a range of dates.
This month I visit The Twist, a winding path with a seat at the top, giving good views across the Lake. There is also a seat at the bottom (at present) which is currently the only place in the Reserve where you can stand really close to the water of the Lake. I say "at present" because only three months ago the water was covering the path in front of the seat, while the other seat near the Octagon hide is already under water.
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|The Twist and nearby features of the College Lake Nature Reserve|
Posted in Memory of Graham Atkins