I'm really sorry for the poor titling of these recent images! I'm just finding my way around (photographically speaking) a new area so these are studies of various interesting scenes that I like. This was taken before sunrise on a murky morning. The 10 second exposure in a slight breeze gives some motion in the folliage, but I quite like that as it is characteristic of the area given that it has west facing views towards the Irish Sea.
Part of the recovery of the lost mosses of Delamere, this was created in 2015 by the introduction of a dam, with the goal of encouraging higher nutrient levels and therefore supporting more wetland species.