Today’s Pictures: 7 Feb 21

‘The destiny of every walking man is to immerse himself in the panorama surrounding him, to the point of becoming one with it and, ultimately, to vanish.’     Federico Castigliano

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

Share on social media so we’ll reach more people stuck indoors due to Covid-19. Who knows, between us, we might also restore some love and respect for nature and slow down the damage we inflict on our world? Thank you.

Like my pictures? You’ll find lots more in my professional gallery, here. A small selection’s also available via the ‘Gallery’ tab at the top of this page.

15 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 7 Feb 21

  1. Pingback: Today’s Pictures: 7 Feb 21 | In the Net! – Stories of Life and Narcissistic Survival

    1. It’s Chessil Beach, in Dorset, Brenda. The long strand of gravel protects an inland saline lake full of wildlife. Walking along it can be hard work, as the gravel shifts with every step! But the sea is pleasant, as it’s a southern beach.

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  2. Where is that beach, Stuart? I love the minimalism of your photo. Very peaceful – it’s the type of picture I would like to have in my office. I have a painting from the artist-husband of a friend of mine that allows me to centre and rest during a busy day.

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    1. It’s one of a few I took on Chessil Beach, Lynette. And one that appears on my professional photo site, where image buyers can buy prints, or digital files for personal use. It’s here: https://www.picfair.com/pics/05313800-shingle-beach
      But if you’d like to print it off yourself, I’d be happy to send the full size file to you by email, as you’ve been such a solid supporter here. Let me know – I’ll need you email and the best way to send that is via the small form under the ‘Contact’ tab at the top of the post.

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      1. Thank you very much, Stuart! That’s so nice. 🙂 I’m happy to pay you for your work, though.

        The photo felt a bit familia, too, and when I looked up the name on Google maps I realised that I went for a walk there once when I was visiting Weymouth.

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        1. Thanks, Lynette.
          Weymouth, pleasant little seaside town, and quite interesting.
          Walking on Chessil beach can be quite tiring, especially if you do any distance. But there’s something quite satisfying about the slow rhythm of a saunter with that shingle underfoot and the sea softly rolling at the edge of the land.

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