Today’s Pictures: 02 Mar 21

Forest stream

‘A vigorous five-mile walk will do more good for an unhappy but otherwise healthy adult than all the medicine and psychology in the world.’     Paul Dudley White

The daily shots from the local forest will continue for the moment, and I’ll include other photographs from my collection to provide a wider view of the world and its wonders.
Share on social media to reach more people stuck indoors due to Covid-19. Between us, we might even restore some love and respect for nature and help slow down the damage we inflict on our world. Thank you.

Gallox Bridge, Dunster.

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12 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 02 Mar 21

  1. Pingback: Today’s Pictures: 02 Mar 21 | In the Net! – Pictures and Stories of Life

    1. Thanks, Lynette. Yes, spring is on its way here, I’m pleased to report.
      The bridge we found quite unexpectedly as we took a speculative walk in a place we’d not been before. A real bonus!

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  2. I love the bridge how beautiful and the forest of course. By the way I wondered if there is any history to the wall with the beautiful flowers. I have several thoughts. I am excited. Hugs and love to you both. 🤗❤️Joni

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    1. Thanks, Joni. The wall with the flowers belongs to a cottage sited beside a small stream that flows through Lyme Regis, in Dorset, England. The town is the birthplace of Mary Anning, a woman responsible for completely rewriting the history of life on Earth through her fossil finds! But the wall isn’t anything to do with her, unfortunately. It is just a domestic retaining wall that caught my eye because of the flowers growing there. I’ve always been fascinated by the way plant life can thrive in the most unlikely places.

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      1. Oh that is very interesting information my friend thank you. That is such a lovely photograph and what you said is exactly what caught my eye. It is a whole bouquet of flowers. That is very rare. Thank you Stuart. Hugs and love you two. 🥰💕🤗Joni

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    1. Disappointingly, Noelle, it’s quite shallow. The stones are part of a ford so vehicles can travel across to the residence seen on the other side. But the river does flow quite fast later on and drops down to the sea only a short distance from this bridge.

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