Today’s Pictures: 13 Dec 20

December sun casts shadows across a forest path.

Sharing this post widely on social media will allow those who are stuck indoors, due to Covid 19, to enjoy it. It will also reach more people and, hopefully, illustrate what a wonderful place our world is. With luck, between us, we might restore love and respect for nature and slow down the destructive urge to ruin our environment. Thank you.

And, in contrast, a rocky path clings to a steep hill on the Greek island of Santorini. Taken September 2013.
And another slope in the Forest of Dean on the shaded side of the valley.

If you enjoy my pictures, you may be interested in my gallery, which you can find here or through the ‘Gallery’ tab at the top of the page.

9 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 13 Dec 20

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  2. It looks like you had a beautiful December day! Our days are now down to six hours (10 a.m – 3 p.m. with about a half hour of civil twilight on either side), but we have rounded the corner into the sun. Very cold, but beautifully clear and sunny with the most spectacular sunrises and sunsets. All purplish-blue and pink. I have to say that I’m looking forward to the solstice, though.

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    1. This time of the year, Lynette, it’s usually a matter of looking out of our window to see whether the rain has stopped. On this day, it never did, and the day spent its time under a type of dusk. So, these pictures came from other days, when the weather gave us a break. Today promises to be better, so we’ll be out there for a while.
      Our days are also shorter, of course, but not as short as yours! A week or so to the solstice, and then the days begin to lengthen again.
      Because of the shape and location of the valley, we rarely experience sunrise or sunset from our home, but we can see the effects in the sky behind the trees.

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