Photo-a-Day (Monday, 16th March, 2020)
Photo: Philip Gormley (Nikon Coolpix L29)
Hey is a narrow lane or footpath like Squire's Hey in Standish, Hackins Hey in Liverpool.
What a wonderful place name Philip...Milkin'Hey. A timeless scene too.
Looks like they will be haymaking this afternoon
Lovely rugged country scene, as if nothing's changed apart from the phone masts ....
A bit of Top Withens on the brooding heights and a hidden quarry of secrets . Very atmospheric Philip. Perhaps they danced the Shepherds Hey here long ago .
That's an old photo, leaves still on the trees.
Yes, Helen, it is a nice place name. And as John gave the true meaning of Hey, Poet gave, in fact, shared my thought that 'country dance' could have gone into the mix; Milkin' requiring less pull.
Hey Ho! Hey Ho!
Alan, I think there's a bit more of a clue than leaves on the trees,I would guess late July early August, haymaking for example.