Today’s Pictures: 29 Mar 21

‘The feet of people walking home
With gayer sandals go—
The Crocus— til she rises
The Vassal of the snow—
The lips at Hallelujah
Long years of practice bore
Til bye and bye these Bargemen
Walked singing on the shore.’    
Emily Dickinson

For now, the daily shots from our walks in the local forest will continue here. And I’ll add another from my collection of pictures to show more of the world and its wonders. But these posts take up valuable writing time, and can be an irritation to readers who follow my posts for information about my books and writing, so I will stop them eventually.
If shared on social media, more people will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of our world, so please do that if you can. Thank you. We might also restore a bit of love and respect for nature and help slow the damage we’ve inflicted on our world.

All photographs here are my own, unless otherwise credited. More of my pictures can be found here. And a small sample of my work lives under the ‘Gallery’ tab, top of this page.

9 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 29 Mar 21

    1. It’ll be warm now, Noelle, as it’s in the Mediterranean. I’d love to be there, too! Mind you, it’s pretty warm here today, but not quite swimming in the sea weather.

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  2. I am looking forward so much to a beach (there’s a great one on the lake across the street from our home in Okanagan Valley). I usually bring a book that I don’t read; I just stare out at the water and think of nothing. Sometimes I go for a swim.

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    1. Sounds like me when we’re on holiday in the Mediterranean, Lynette. I usually have my Kindle loaded with new books to read (lighter than carrying print books on a plane) but I often read fewer than I intend!
      Won’t be too long before you can relax by that lake.

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    1. The jogger was a young woman who passed us as we were walking, Brenda. I let her get far enough away so she couldn’t be identified, and then pictured her to give some scale to the scene.
      The harbour in Sissi attracts tourists and locals alike; the water is, of course, warm and soothing, like most of the Mediterranean. I’d love to be back there, too. But I doubt we’ll make it this year with the continuing Covid restrictions. Hopefully, in 2022…

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