A stream tinkles along.
It would be easy to imagine a few of the little people - fairies and the like - are watching on.
Green branches reach out to touch the passing walker.
Boulders galore, perhaps, they provide places for those little people to hide.
A bright green wall guides the stream for a short distance.
Darker green moss clings to remnants of the once china clay industry. A gentleman I met, a while back, told me how his dog disliked this area and would not pass by without by without a struggle.
There's a steep road to the top of the valley, from where there are views of the greenery and a chimney from the once china clay industry
There's another look at the chimney and a row of houses. In the background is a china clay 'pyramid' cfreated from china clay spoils, but has now been taken over by nature.
That's all for today's post but for more info on Gover Valley see my blog post with 40 photos:
Thanks for visiting my blog ~ Mike.