Today’s Pictures: 03 Mar 21

Early sunshine.

‘Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.’     Thich Nhat Hanh

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.

From the cliffs above Durdle Door.

All the photographs used on this site are my own, unless otherwise credited. You’ll find more of my pictures, here. And there’s a small sample of my work under the ‘Gallery’ tab at the top of this page.

10 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 03 Mar 21

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  2. I love the name of Durdle Door, how clever and what a gorgeous shot. Great quote and lovely picture of the sun amongst the trees, and golden grasses. Sent you an email my friend. Love to both you and Valerie

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    1. Durdle Door is a hollow driven by tides and winds through a headland, forming an arched opening. It’s a famous landmark. But, as I explain to Lynette, below, the camera was playing up on that holiday. I never managed to get a usable shot of the door itself, unfortunately.
      I’ve got your emails, Joni, and replied. Please take your time.

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      1. How interesting Stuart. So much history and you two are close enough to be able to travel a lot. Hopefully those opportunities will return again soon. Your photographs of patterned wood in your gallery are really beautiful. Nature supplies such a lush canvas. You two enjoy the rest of your week. Thanks for your emails my friend. ❤️

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        1. Thank you, Joni.
          Yes, we’re looking forward to getting out and about again, but it won’t be until end of June at the earliest. Be good to visit my brother and his wife and my sister, who both live up in Yorkshire.
          There are lots of places in the UK we’d like to visit, anmd we feel we’re unlikley to get abroad this year, so one or two of those British spots will hopefully be available to us.
          Glad you enjoyed the wood patterns. I enjoy finding natural patterns and natural abstracts when I’m out with my camera, and I’ve now got a Macro lens, so I’m looking forward to some more close-ups soon.
          Keep safe and stay well.

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    1. Thank you, Lynette. The cliffs are very beautiful.
      The photograph needed a lot of digital work on it. It was taken with an Olympus DSLR that decided to choose that holiday to begin to die, so most of the pictures were either over or under-exposed. At one point, it suddenly decided to start taking videos when it was simply hanging from my shoulder! But, fortunately, modern image editing software can do wonders! If I’d still been using film, I don’t think I could have retreived any of the images.

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    1. Thanks, Brenda. Those cliffs soar above some very good beaches, too. And the water is definitely okay for swimming; in summer, of course!


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