Martin Mere in south Lancashire is owned and run by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. Before the mid seventeenth century it was one of the largest lakes in England, The local land owner had it drained and since then signs of life from over several thousands of years have emerged, including dug out canoes, tools and implements.
The WWT has decided to build some Celtic Roundhouses on the site to give an insight into what life was like during those early times. These are two of them in amongst the rushes at the edge of the small lake that is there.
It was a grey wet day but a higher ISO than usual and Image Stabilsation has helped to get a reasonable picture. Hopefully when I go back in better weather I can do them more justice.
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