Today’s Pictures: 17 Jan 21

This project is developed to share our world’s natural beauty with everyone 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. It’ll also show them our wonderful world. Maybe, between us, we can restore some love and respect for nature and slow down the damage we inflict every day on our environment. Thank you.

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10 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 17 Jan 21

  1. Pingback: Today’s Pictures: 17 Jan 21 | In the Net! – Stories of Life and Narcissistic Survival

    1. Thanks, Lynette. We were dining in the hotel that overlooks this scene. As the sun set, I had to leave Valerie to the meal and dash outside to grab a few shots. This is one of a short series I managed to get.

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    1. That sounds unfortunate, Noelle. You’ll have to dig a ditch across to drain the water, maybe?
      This track has become a seasonal stream that ends on the old bridge crossing the now defunct railway. It’s one of many trails through the forest that were once tramways for the transport of coal and iron ore, usually several trucks on rails pulled by horses. There’s little of the industrial architecture left, but this well-built Victorian stone bridge over looks the cutting that took the steam railway. A little to the left of the bridge, the cutting dives into a tunnel that took the tracks under the road. That’s now a haunt for bats, and is closed to walkers due to safety concerns. But there’s a local group trying to get funds together to have it re-opend as a trail for walkers.

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        1. I hope they manage it before I’m too decrepit to take advantage of it, Noelle. But these schemes usually take a long time to come to fruition, if at all.

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