BrownhillsBob's #365daysofbiking

November 18th - Today I made time to take a quick photograph of the concrete play sculpture at Chasewater, featured in a post on my main blog. It was created in 1962 by artist Bryan Blumer as a climbing object for kids, and originally stood in the play park. As Anne Bradbury says, it now somewhat ironically stands on a traffic island with notices requesting kids don’t play on it. Sad.

August 21st - Rugeley Road fades into Hayfield Hill in the big dip between Chase Terrace and Cannock Wood, near Castle Ring. This is a great hill to climb, and a very fast downhill run. During this most gorgeous golden hour, Gentleshaw Common glowed in the evening cool. This is a lovely view, of which I never tire.

August 21st - Rugeley Road fades into Hayfield Hill in the big dip between Chase Terrace and Cannock Wood, near Castle Ring. This is a great hill to climb, and a very fast downhill run. During this most gorgeous golden hour, Gentleshaw Common glowed in the evening cool. This is a lovely view, of which I never tire.