Today’s Pictures: 29 Dec 20

The winter sun descends behind a grove of oak trees in the Forest of Dean.

The more people who share this post on social media, the more it will let those stuck indoors due to Covid 19, enjoy it. And it’ll reach more people to show them our wonderful world. Maybe, between us, we’ll restore some love and respect for nature and slow down the damage to our environment. Thank you.

The sun sets over the Mediterranean Sea off the island of Crete. Taken July 2011
Winter sky reflected in a fishing pond in the forest.

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5 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 29 Dec 20

  1. Pingback: Today’s Pictures: 29 Dec 20 | In the Net! – Stories of Life and Narcissistic Survival

    1. Thank you, Lynette.
      The sunset is one of a series I took. We were staying in Crete and the brother of the owner of the hotel offered to take a ‘small’ party of us up to a local taverna called Paradise because of its astounding views. 13 of us crammed into a 9 seater mini-bus and were driven up the mountain, through streets so narrow the vegetation was brushing both sides of the vehicle in places. Our driver gave a constant, and hilarious at times, commentary on local history and people. At the taverna we were served wonderful Greek food with local wines as the sun went down over the sea. A wonderful experience. The ride back was a little hairy, as our driver had also been drinking. But we all made it!
      The reflection is from a local fishing pond we often visit. One of those lovely still days that provide a watery mirror.

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