Friday, 14 December 2007

belton House Woods Walk 3

We are on our way to the lake In Belton House Grounds. we pick up the River Witham (that runs thru Grantham too) This is a fast flowing part of the river.
We round the bend and come across an old ruin of a church type building, think it might be the old chaple of Belton House before the original church was built.
Ah we nera our destination, the Lake. We have found the overspill, all we do now is tread carefully as we pick our way to the lake.-----------To be continued.

13 comments:

ancient one said...

Wow, the old ruins make you wonder about people of long ago. That was my favorite of today's pictures. But I loved them all!!

DeeMom said...

Oh IMAC that is such a lovely place...Least that water is not high adn MUDDY...

As four our WATER problem, the Creek is now within its backs

But the mud left behind is just not Pretty...
Not like these pictures...

smilnsigh said...

Beautiful photos! I so love the fast moving water. And those old ruins are wonnnnnnnderful!

Mari-Nanci

Kerri said...

Wow....those ruins are lovely...and that water looked FAST! Lovely walk you've been taking us on!!

Willard said...

Great woods walk pictures!

dot said...

Such pretty scenery! In the picture the river looks very narrow. I wonder how wide it is. The church must have been beautiful in it's day.

Mr. Mapper said...

looks like a neat place.

lv2scpbk said...

Love these outdoor shots of yours. Makes me feel like I'm taking a walk there too. I love hearing the sound of water in the woods.

Dragonstar said...

Think my favourite is the overspill. It looks calm but untamed.

zakscloset said...

those are amazingly beautiful photos! i love them. thanks for taking us to your fabulous tour (for free)!!

Lilli & Nevada said...

I love the old ruins that is amazing
the waterfall is great,they are all great walks with you.

Salty said...

Amazing old ruins! They must go back hundreds of years! And you captured them so well!!!

Catherine said...

The old ruins of the church is wonderful!!~ I love that!! I also like your cat tails pic in other post..I have always had a thing for cat tails~I think because they seem to grow in beautiful, peaceful, secluded spot's!!
I have enjoyed catching up on all your beautiful post's, & admiring all your incredibly beautiful photo's!!
Cat