Bottles and cups

Jen texted me from work early yesterday morning, and suggested I go for a walk on the Moor. Why didn't I think of that?

Nothing much to report, apart from an old milk bottle I found, which was packed full of plants. Life is good at finding new ways.

Bottle garden
Shotgun shell case

I also took a detour to the famous local landmark Churn Milk Joan, a standing boundary stone which bears a number of mysterious, prehistoric ‘cup’ marks. The marks were still there. They're found on a lot of prehistoric sites. Nobody has a clue what they mean.

Churn Milk Joan
Towards Stoodley Pike Monument
Protective mum
Stoodley Pike Monument
Highland cattle

A nice walk, made even more pleasant by its unplanned nature.

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