Books, writing, reading, words and images. I love them; do you?

Today’s Pictures: 28 May 20

Looking across the valley at the village scattered among the trees.

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

The North Devon coast, for those who love the sea. After all, who doesn’t?

The coast in North Devon is very variable – from rocky promentaries to wide sandy beaches.

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

13 Responses to “Today’s Pictures: 28 May 20”

    • stuartaken

      Unfortunately, Noelle, in England, you’d probably find yourself crowded out by others at present. Too many people appear to have forgotten about social distancing here!

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  1. Teacher Camille

    I love all the photos and write-ups you share. Thanks for giving us a refreshing sight of nature that is unfortunately, rarely seen these days. Stay safe and wishing you a happy week!

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    • stuartaken

      Many thanks, Camille. I feel so fortunate to be situated in the midst of a beautiful forest, and I’ve been priveleged to travel to other beautiful locations. In this time of so many people confined to the indoors, or to the restrictions of cities and towns, it seems only fair to share the natural beauty with as many as possible, and spread a litle joy.

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