Today’s Pictures: 8 Nov 20

The remnants of an old walled lane in the Forest of Dean.
Taken on the Greek island of Samos in September 2016.

If you’re visiting this blog, please be generous to those who can’t escape their own four walls at present, and share this post widely with them on social media, so they can enjoy it. It will also reach more people and hopefully remind them what a wonderful place this world is. Perhaps that might help restore some love and respect for nature and slow down our destructive urge to ruin the environment. Thank you.

8 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 8 Nov 20

    1. An illustration, Noelle, of how atmosphere rests in the eyes of the beholder. This part of the forest is known locally as the ‘dark lane’. It was, many decades ago, a cart track used mostly by miners, coal merchants, and quarry workers to transport coal and stone down to the road below. The evidence of such use has been mostly obliterated by nature, the trees now making it possible only for walkers, horse riders and the occasional mountain biker to pass. Walking along the route always fills us with a sense of peace and serenity now, though.


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    1. Thank you, Lynette. One aspect of this series has been, for me, a realisation that what is everyday beauty for me, can be extraordinary for those for whom it is new. It’s humbling to know that by sharing what I see daily, so many people are gaining pleasure from the natural beauty that surrounds us.

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