Here’s a new landscape painting based on the landscape looking west from Winter Hill. This is the steep edge of the west pennine moors, where the gentle moorland drops away towards Great Hill and eventually to the Lancashire plain. This particular viewpoint us from Noon Hill Slack, one of the outlier hills to Winter Hill itself. Noon Hill is easily missed and is itself unremarkable except for the views it commands over Anglezarke and Yarrow Reservoirs. If you find this part of Lancashire as wonderful as me, seek out the work of Richard Skelton, especially his Landings book which merges music and poetry inspired by this landscape.