It’s not a park in the usual sense of the word. Levens Park is the ancestral home of the Bagot Family who maintain a footpath along both sides of the often turbulent River Kent as it winds its last mile out to join the vast expanse of Morecambe Bay.

The ‘park’ is the perfect place to walk the collie. A round trip from Sedgwick takes three hours, so it’s a great benefit that the Bagot’s manor house – Levens Hall – has a tea room. Sadly, it only allows dogs in the open courtyard. We’ve got used to dining outside… even in this dog-friendly region.

There are usually a few days at the end of April when the bright sun and spring greens make this place a joy to photograph.

Today was one of them…

©Stephen Tanham 2022

Stephen Tanham is a Director of the Silent Eye, a journey through the forest of personality to the dawn of Being.

http://www.thesilenteye.co.uk and http://www.suningemini.blog

23 Comments on “Light in the Park

  1. Looks like the perfect place to walk the dog. We eat and have coffee outside all the time, even in the rain, as we always have our dogs with us. Fortunately, it doesn’t rain that often in Spain.

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