We parked in our usual spot. This is the other side of the Amusements I photographed last time I was here.
I'm beginning to get a feel of why this enterprise might have failed. Tubbies Burger Bar probably not the most sensitive of names. Then there's its resemblance to a stalag ...
It was beautiful up on the Severn Way - all sky and light, a breeze but still some warmth in the sun.
We passed under the Second Severn Crossing and headed up to Northwick Warth salt marsh, just beyond New Passage.
There were plenty of geese too.
Some of the birds were decidedly local, however. A squabble of spadgers in the brambles ...
... and a heron the size of a pterodactyl heading for the water's edge.
At about midway between the two bridges, we turned and made our way back. The heron was still standing sentinel on the shore ...
... and the sun was chasing silver lines in the mud.