I had a spare day so headed up the road to Macclesfield Forest. I intended to do a little birding but succumbed to the wide angle lense to grab some late Autumn colour. The forest area has four reservoirs, this is the smallest of the four.
Teggs Nose Reservoir,
taken from the causeway with Teggs Nose Hill to the left of the image
Teggs nose Hill as a backdrop
A move to the largest of the reservoirs just as the rain clouds came in.
This is Trentabank reservoir home to the large colony of Breeding Cormorants and Grey Herons
As a footnote I did locate some nice species of bird including 6 Little Grebe, Kingfisher, Pochard male, 3 Buzzards, a single Raven a few Jays and a large flock of Fieldfare
all the above images are straight out of the camera...... however this next one has had some post processing to add a little drama to it (Same image as #6 above)