This is a cattle grid, taken from the side.
These two are objects on a skip by the National Trust office at the Levant mine. The tram lines below are also part of the Levant mine works as is what I think must be part of a pipe showing through the eroded ground cover - but looks like a rusted arrow head.
The sunshine was certainly memorable, and I was strangely drawn to the mounds of brambles everywhere - strangely, because we have lots of them at home! I just loved the way the bare stems shone - but I also liked them in the mist this morning.
And here is the view of the house that I saw as I returned from my walks, with Higher Bal behind (part of the Levant complex). I discovered that many women and children also worked for the mines, the women being known as Bal Maidens.