Meeting anyone in Millmoor is very rare though Geoff and his friend are the most likely people I’ll meet at around 9am in the morning. This morning he was walking a friends dog and he stopped to chat for five minutes before they walked on. He’s lived in the area a long time so is a good source of information about the wood and its history.
I’d had a doctors appointment and I was in and out in five minutes. It was such a beautiful morning that I thought I’d have a walk in the wood with my camera.
A busy day - we went to collect logs from the log man in Brirdwell and then went on to Cannon Hall where I knew Dennis would be there as I wanted to chat about lenses and photographing birds (he’s also just bought a Sony A7 iii). Then back home to see Emma who works wonders with feet. It looks like I’ve got a Verucca after all as it’s back under my foot despite the efforts of the chiropodist in penistone a couple of months ago. I’ve got new and different advice from Emma today.