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Today’s Pictures: 22 June 20

The path leading under the old railway bridge.

Trying to brighten the day for those people isolated indoors during the Covid-19 pandemic.

I missed yesterday’s post. It was Father’s Day, and we generally try to celebrate such occasions with a meal at a local hostelry. That’s not possible at present, neither could we do it for Mother’s Day or either of our birthdays. We decided instead to treat ourselves at home. So, we took our morning walk and then came home to prepare the meal, which we accompanied with a bottle of Prosecco, and a coffee laced with scotch for me. Afterwards, we watched a DVD. By that time, I was not confident in my competence to place a meaningful post here, so my apologies for that.

Here’s today’s post.

A reminder of the Mediterranean Sea and it’s beautiful blues along the island coasts. This picture taken in September 2016.

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13 Responses to “Today’s Pictures: 22 June 20”

    • stuartaken

      Keeping our fingers crossed, Noelle, that our holiday booked for September to the Greek island of Kos will go ahead and give us the chance to be back beside that lovely blue sea again.

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    • stuartaken

      Me, too, Lynette. I have salt water in my veins, I think. I was especially taken by the mysterious look of the rocks as the waves washed over them and made them look almost as if they were a living creature.

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  1. jonicaggiano

    Oh Stuart I am in love with the old railroad bridge and the old brick nestled so gorgeously amongst the trees. Simple majestic. Love to you and your sweetie. Hugs 🤗🌸Joni

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    • stuartaken

      Thanks Joni. It’s hard to believe the bridge was built around 1855. We stroll under it frequently as it leads to several of our well-loved walks from a trail that passes a small swampy area that has the look and feel of a prehistoric jungle!

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      • jonicaggiano

        That is crazy Stuart. That is such an amazing spot. So lush and beautiful. Have you taken photographs of the swamp. I bet you would make them talk in some black and whites. Sounds interesting. You and your sweetie have a blessed day and you two take good care. 🌺🌸❤️Love Joni

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        • stuartaken

          I probably have pictures of the ‘swamp’, Joni, among my 16,500 images. I’ll have to look. I’ll have to experiment with some black and white on those; good idea!

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          • jonicaggiano

            I can’t wait to see them. You are truly blessed to be able to walk in such an amazing area Stuart. Double blessed because you get to do so with your honey. Have an amazing day my friend. Love you both 🌺🌸Joni

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