Daily Forest Walk Picture 30.04.20

Spreading some light and pleasure to those confined by the current crisis. See post 1, here, for a fuller explanation.

This is post 27.

Rain again today. But the sun was peeking from behind the clouds as we set off. Half a kilometre later we were treated to an extra shower. It rained for much of the walk, but we were dressed for it. The precipitation stopped and allowed the sun a brief appearance when we were on our way back home. The rain returned for a short time and then we were allowed the final few steps home in the dry. It’s been that sort of day.

I managed to grab a couple of shots with my phone during the sunny spell, one of which is above.

This is the last day of April, which makes it an ideal time to change things here a little. In future, I’ll just post a photograph, probably with a caption. It’ll be of some outdoor rural scene for as long as the lockdown persists, but after that I may display other pictures (I currently have a catalogue of over 15,000 to choose from). And I’ll retitle the posts ‘A Good Day Pictured: date’.

There are a few reasons for this change. One is that the forest locally has a limited number of suitable scenes. My time is precious, too, and it seems silly to put myself under further stress by devising new posts when I have a ready supply to spread joy and pleasure. I hope you’ll be okay with this. I’ve so many things I need, and want, to do, that I must employ my time carefully.  

Keep safe and well, everyone!

It’ll help others enjoy this bit of nature if you spread the word with the ‘share’ buttons below. I’ll respond to all comments made on the blog, of course. Let’s all do what we can for each other during this testing time, please. Thank you.

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