CHRIS THOMAS took this striking shot of a mill chimney and its watery mirror image.
Chris took the picture on the Holme Valley Riverside Way, a local heritage trail.
“The mill is known as Bottoms Mill, used by Brook Dying Ltd and its dam is on the heritage trail which runs from Steps Bridge at Magdale, Honley, basically following the river Holme all the way to Digley reservoir close to Holme village.
“The trail is about six miles from start to finish and takes in Honley, Holmfirth, Hinchliffe Mill and Holmbridge and many historic locations with 200 years of Holme Valley mill history en route.
“This is a most enjoyable walk my wife Linda and I have covered on a number of occasions generally from our home in Netherton.
“We add on a further five miles or so, after a well earned packed lunch on a bench overlooking the reservoir. We carry on up the valley to cross Greenfield Road where Snoopys refreshment caravan visits regularly and down the Wessen Valley back home via Blackmoorfoot reservoir.
“There is a booklet and map of the walk which I have just had a look at. I’ve not used it since we first followed it a number of years ago but I’ve noticed that a similar photograph is one of the illustrations of the walk along with a few notes about the mill.
“I hope to take in more of these trips along with many others following retirement last May,” said Chris.
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