Today’s Pictures: 4 Dec 20

A footbridge across the overflow of Cannop Ponds in the Forest of Dean.

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View from the entrance to the historical site of the old leper colony on Spinalonga, Crete. Taken July 2008.

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    1. For the sea at Crete, Noelle, I hope. I know you don’t mind cold water, but Cannop ponds are not only cold this time of the year, but quite muddy! Enjoy your virtual dip!


        1. I lived by the North Sea on the north east coast of England, Noelle. Even as a child I never liked the water when it was cold! I understand it’s supposed to be good for you, but it just never appealed. Mind you, my circulation could be better, so maybe that’s the issue for me. Glad you’re able to enjoy it, though.


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