Today’s Picture: 7 Sep 20

A cave close to the shoreline, on the Greek island of Rhodes. Taken in September 2010. It makes you wonder, did ancient Greeks live here?

A damp, grey day here in the forest, so a picture of a hot, dry place instead!

If you’re visiting here, please be generous to those who can’t escape their own four walls at present, and share this widely with them on social media, so they can enjoy it. Thank you.

9 thoughts on “Today’s Picture: 7 Sep 20

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    1. Mine, too! Lynette. It’s wonderful to enter such a space and let the imagination loose. In fact, way back when we lived in Yorkshire, I found a small cave on a walk and went inside and suddenly found a story developing in my head. Caves are inviting spaces; I wonder if we share a genetic memory of the time our ancestors spent sheltering in them?

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  2. So interesting. It looks like a good size cave. When we went to Spain in Granada we danced in a cave which had many different carved out rooms. It was fascinating. A family likely did live at some time in your discovery. How fun to thank about what it was like. You two have an amazing day Stuart. Love and hugs to you both. Joni

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    1. That was obviously some cave, Joni! This one is quite low, with a very uneven floor, and, as I mentioned to Noelle, below, was inhabited only by a couple of goats shading from the sun. But I can imagine it was in use in prehistoric times, especially taking into account its location close to the coast.

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      1. I bet your right it would have provided a place to stay warm at night and a place to put their gathered food. So fun to imagine what life was once there. Love ❤️ Joni

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    1. When we climbed up to investigate, only goats were using it for shade. But it was certainly capacious enough to house a small stone-age family, Noelle. And close enough to the shore to allow them to easily fish for food.

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