Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

Yesterday, I revisited my photographs from Lincolnshire and came upon this photograph of a sculpture from a region I don't think has been shown before. In my workshop will be a second view of the sculpture.

The sculpture is to be found on the Spa Trail.

The mid section of the old Horncastle to Woodhall Junction railway line, in Lincolnshire, has been turned into a walking/cycling/riding path known as the Spa Trail. The trail, part of the Viking Way long distance path, passes through a mixture of woodland and open countryside. Along the way there are impressive sculptures made from wood, stone and metal, all reflecting local wildlife and links with the past.

This sculpture has a message engraved upon the side 'Men may come and men may go' this is a line from Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem, 'The Brook'.
I think the inference is that this sculpture represents the brook, and though people may come and go, the brook goes on forever.

Having looked upon the Internet, I think there may be more sculptures now, than when we visited.

Thanks for your interest, Bev :-)
(Just for your interest ... it has stopped raining!)

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