Continuing along my walk in the picturesque village of Nettleham.
|In the village centre is this sign depicting the church which we will see later.|
|The village green at the centre of Nettleham.|
|Most of the shops and pubs are situated in this area.|
|Another view of The Plough Inn with a glimpse of the church beyond.|
|The Black Horse is just opposite The Plough with a lovely residence adjacent to it.|
|"Troika", an interesting gift and card shop that sells many interesting items.|
|On leaving the Village Green area the road crosses the beck again |
and this is the view of it as it leaves the village.
|Looking back to the bridge from where the last image was taken. This stretch of the beck|
is very overgrown but can be pleasantly cool on a hot day, unfortunately not the case today!
|Approaching the house we saw on part 1 of the walk but from the opposite direction.|
|This perhaps illustrates more clearly that the beck also serves as a vehicle access to this property; I|
don't know if there is another, drier access point available.
|Back at the first bridge from where we saw the cyclists negotiating the beck in part 1. |
Beyond is a glimpse of The High Street, the other busy part of Nettleham.
|All Saints Church.|
|The end of part 2 of my walk.|
All pictures taken on a Panasonic Lumix FZ150.