Anyway I guess you have figured out that this was the lens on my camera when we went to Todmorden to do the packhorse pathway walk. Starting on the Todmorden to Littleborough road near Walsden we started by crossing the canal and then heading up the steep hill. The stone on the canal bank says Lancashire on one side and Yorkshire on the other so we were doing a cross-county walk today.
It was a very hot day so the going was quite hard on this stretch of the walk. As we neared the top there was this little stream running alongside the path.
Heading away from the pylons there was another, bigger reservoir (Warlands) which unusually had the control tower towards the middle of the wall. Normally these towers are in one corner of the reservoir.
I went down to the waters edge and took this low angle shot across the water. You might just be able to spot the tower on the horizon that was in the earlier shot.
From the dam we started to head back down towards out starting point and on the way we passed this very strange looking rock formation.
The last stretch of the walk was back along the canal to the lock where we had started. We had walked around 6 miles and was ready for our lunch and so we headed to a nearby pub.