Exploring and photographing green space / green infrastructure in Levenshulme #1

At the New Year, I spent sometime further exploring my neighbourhood Levenshulme, Manchester – with a walk through Highfield Country Park, a local nature reserve.  This is a great example of a green space which volunteer group Friends of Highfield Park manage with Manchester City Council, which provides leisure space for local people, biodiversity in an urban area and habitats for endangered species such as bats.

As the light was great on the day, I took a few photographs during the walk.

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Image credits: Sarah Spanton

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Sarah Spanton is director of arts organisation Waymarking - www.waymarking.org.uk
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One Response to Exploring and photographing green space / green infrastructure in Levenshulme #1

  1. roos says:

    like the sign post

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