Today’s Pictures: 16 Jan 21

Now back to the original project to share natural beauty with everyone who is confined indoors due to Covid-19.

The more people who share these posts on social media with their friends and followers, the more people we’ll reach. And it’ll also show more of them our wonderful world. Maybe, between us, we can restore some love and respect for nature and slow down the growing damage we’re inflicting on our environment. Thank you.

By the way, if you enjoy my pictures, why not have a look at my gallery? You’ll find it here. A small selection is also available through the ‘Gallery’ tab at the top of this page.

12 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 16 Jan 21

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    1. Thanks, Lynette. That particular sea view is of the North Sea (a chilly stretch of water) and was taken about forty miles north of a place where I spent some of my childhood. Our home was a converted railway wagon, still on its wheels, standing on the edge of the crumbling cliffs. I walked to school along the beach each day and rarely wore shoes. It was a magical period for a lad of 5-7 years.

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      1. I went for a quick dip in the North Sea once many years ago! It was a very warm day, but it was good to get out of that cold water and sit in the sun!

        Your childhood sounds lovely – walking to school barefoot; living in a converted railway wagon – I would have loved that.

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        1. It was a great time, Lynette. I wrote a short story around it recently.
          The North Sea is a moody body of water, and I used to love standing on the clifftop during thunder storms, watching the waves crash on the beach below. For some odd reason, my mum used to get a little concerned and would call me in out of the rain!

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