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Today’s Picture: 27 May 20

Sunlight and shade among the trees.

The idea here is to brighten the day for those people isolated indoors during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Today, a short local walk, as I’ve developed a cold (something I haven’t had for years, and NOT Covid19!), so not up to any real distance. Enjoy!

Gordale Scar in the Yorkshire Dales. Taken in the summer of 2010. For those who prefer something unveiled by trees.

If you find pleasure in this, please share it, so others can enjoy it, too. Thank you.

8 Responses to “Today’s Picture: 27 May 20”

    • stuartaken

      Quite spectacular, Gordale Scar – it was formed during the ice age, when the melting ice forged a valley through the limestone of the area. There’s now a small, rocky waterfall at the head of this valley, where, if you’re feeling brave enough, you can scale the rocks up to the top!
      As for me, it’s just a head cold, so no vital organs involved!

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  1. jonicaggiano

    Beautiful places and photographs Stuart, take care and get over that cold. Perhaps take some Emergen-c. It has lots of good stuff for your immune system. Have a blessed evening and God Bless. Love Joni

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    • stuartaken

      Thanks, Joni. I have an auto-immune condition – Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, so I take a daily supplement to ensure I have the necessary balance of vitamins and minerals. But thanks for the caring advice.

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