Overlooking A Mere In Delamere Forest.
‘Meres’ are ponds, or lakes, created at the end of the last Ice-Age by huge ice blocks (once part of the ice sheet) finally melting - but leaving a depression in the soft earth. Cheshire’s water table is particularly high and so it fills these depressions - producing ponds that attract a huge variety of animal & plant life.
Cheshire, England. October 2015.
Nikon D300 17-55 f2.8G Shot at 17mm f22 1/40th sec. + fill-in flash (Nikon SB 800) + Manfrotto 190XB & 804RCII