12 images, with words, that document a walk across the Pennine watershed.
winds its way from Redbrook Reservoir, in West Yorkshire, to Brun Clough Reservoir, in what is still thought of locally as Lancashire;
passing over Foul Moss, and then crossing the stream in Thieve's Clough on the aptly titled Thieves Clough Bridge.
Sections of the path have been laid to stone-slabs - like sections of the nearby Pennine Way - in order to cross the boggy ground more readily.
29.7cm x 34cm
August 10th 2020
(This work is also available as six 'paired' images; and will eventually form one of the pieces in a book of twelve different works).
ABOVE: A LINK TO A BOOK OF THE FIRST FOUR WALKS IN THIS ON-GOING SERIES.