Today’s Pictures: 8 Feb 21

‘Good walking leaves no track behind it.’     Laozi

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.

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10 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 8 Feb 21

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    1. Not mine, either, Noelle. We were here for a specific purpose, as explained to Joni below. But it’s actually quite uncrowded for an English beach. There are many where finding a space to sit is almost a day’s work! But I thought I’d introduce a touch of summer sunshine on a day that’s freezing cold here!

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    1. Not today, Joni. This shot was taken a few days back, when we had some sun. Today is zero degrees, a biting wind, light snow, and a mix of mud and part-frozen ground underfoot. But we managed a 3 and a half mile walk nevertheless, and enjoyed it!
      The bottom picture is of Lyme Regis, is Dorset, southern England. A place we went for a week to meet a relative with a terminal illness. It’s a pretty seaside town and is famous for being the home of Mary Anning, who was a young woman who collected fossils from the beach there and was instrumental in changing the scientific view of how life evolved on Earth.

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      1. How beautiful and interesting. I would never have guessed that was in England, so beautiful. I love that scene. You two are great, you both keep each other going by walking every day. Have an amazing day together, sending flowers to Valerie and hugs to you both. Love Joni xoxoxo

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        1. We’re a small island (well, actually a group of islands) with remarkably varied landscape, Joni. Our maritime climate means our weather is also very varied, so we’ve become used to just dealing with whatever the climate chucks at us most of the time.
          You and Scott keep safe and stay well.

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