My walk this week is along a footpath I had forgotten about and have not walked in . . . well, since these photos were originally published in December 2016! I used to walk this route regularly at one time but life moves on and circumstances change.
The path does not have the intriguing twists and turns that a less urban walk may have, but it does have some wonderful perspective views of overarching trees which, whatever the time of year, have a powerful effect on the senses. Listening to the soundscape from the time – my footsteps on the hard tarmac or rustling through the dry leaves, hearing the voices of other people (crying children!) met along the way and the flowing water of the Afon Lliw, takes me back there even more powerfully than the images.
So click the play button or soundscape title above to listen and then the first image below to see the full images in sequence (not available like this on the mobile WordPress Reader in which case visit the blog in your mobile’s internet browser – NB you will need to open the sound file and images in separate browser tabs to listen and look at the same time).