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Today’s Pictures: 4 July 20

A pine tree leans over the fishing lake in the Forest of Dean

People all over the world cannot get out and enjoy nature at present. Here, I’m trying to brighten the day for them by posting pictures of natural beauty.

Overlooking the village of Middleham, with it’s Richard III castle, in the Yorkshire Dales. Taken June 2013.

If you get pleasure from this, please share it, so others can enjoy it, too. Thank you.

6 Responses to “Today’s Pictures: 4 July 20”

  1. stuartaken

    Thanks, Joni. It’s possible there may be a few more trees down today; it’s been very windy here overnight!
    Keep safe and stay well.

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  2. Lynette d'Arty-Cross

    Richard III. Now that’s an interesting part of history. I don’t believe he was as bad as Shakespeare portrayed him, but I don’t think he was king for long enough to make a positive judgement, either. He was a man of his time though, and I don’t think it’s appropriate to go too far with modern sensibilities. That’s my off-topic comment for today. 🙂
    Great photos.

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  3. jonicaggiano

    Stuart these photos are gorgeous. I love the reflection of the old growth pine in the lake. Hope you and your wife are having a blessed day my friend. Happy 4th of July. Love 💕 Joni

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