Continuing to spread some light and pleasure to those confined by the current crisis. See post 1, here, for an explanation.
This is the 13th post.
Today, the picture is a shot of the same part of one of our forest walks as I displayed on 6th April, here. But taken from the opposite direction. I was pleased the two walkers appeared, as it gives the scene a sense of scale. It turned out they were from another part of our village, but we don’t actually know each other – the village is small, but spread over a fair area, and over a mile from top to bottom. Most houses line the steep slopes on both sides of the valley (including ours), but others are on small flat areas in the trees. The valley slopes down from the south toward the River Wye at the northern end of the village.
No poetry today, as I’ve spent some time in the garden, preparing the steep slope at the end of our plot to take a small patch of meadow flowers to help and encourage the bees. Hard work, but it’ll be worth it once in flower.
Keep safe and well, everyone!
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