A mixture of photos are on this page, taken in the last week from Teggs Nose and the Macclesfield Canal in Cheshire.
|The three photos above, (Teggs Nose) were all taken on Monday 16th August 2004, a day when storms swept across the country. The views above were all taken at a similar time, a beautiful sunset in the west whilst towards the east, (centre photo) storms with thunder and lightening in the distance. This was the same day as flash flooding destroyed Bocastle village, in north Cornwall.|
|The rest of the photos on this page were taken a couple of days earlier on Friday 13th August, the views above are from the Macclesfield Canal. The mill featured in the photos to the centre and right above is the Hovis Mill or also known as the Publicity Works Mill. Now converted into apartments this was the original home of Hovis Bread from 1898.|
|Left photo shows a cottage off the canal towpath. It's pretty dull weather at the canal but not as dull as the fog that meets us as we head for the higher ground of Teggs Nose, and this is supposed to be the middle of summer!|