Today’s Pictures: 3 Feb 21

‘Walking gets the feet moving, the blood moving, the mind moving. And movement is life.’  Terri Guillemets

With the daily shot from my local forest walks, I’m including another shot of the wider world, not always entirely ‘natural’, to satisfy those who love to see some water in the pictures.

Share these posts on social media with friends and followers and we’ll reach more people. It’ll also show off our wonderful world. Who knows, between us, we might even restore some love and respect for nature and slow down the daily damage we inflict on our environment? Thank you.

If you enjoy my pictures, you’ll find many more in my professional gallery, here. A small selection is also available via the ‘Gallery’ tab at the top of this page.

18 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 3 Feb 21

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    1. It was on just one walk of many the week we stayed there, Lynette. Every day was different; sometimes small groups surfing, sometimes people walking their dogs, sometimes just the two of us, sometimes family groups, and on one occasion, a film crew with all their gear and the actors filming a scene with a small boat at the edge of the sea! How strange when all the world is there on one small beach, eh?

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    1. The day I took this one, Brenda, there was a howling gale, blowing sand all over the place. I had to be very careful where I pointed my camera to avoid getting sand all over the lens! But worth the effort, and a lovely walk on this wide, flat beach.


    1. Hi Tom. The forest pictures are almost all from the Forest of Dean, in Gloucestershire, southwest England. The other shots in the series are from various parts of Europe: England, Wales, France, Italy, and the Greek Islands.

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        1. It’s a biggish area, Tom, and we know our local area very well, often following paths made by wild boar, so we’re off the beaten track, visiting places few people reach.

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    1. You’d need to wrap up well, Noelle. This was taken in late September, but at this time of the year, that Atlantic wind will be a bit keen!


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