Today’s Pictures: 4 Apr 21

‘A line is a dot that went for a walk.’    
Paul Klee

Easter: a celebration I replace with the emergence of spring from winter, with the new growth and the rising temperatures that brings. Daily shots from our walks in the local forest will continue here for a little while longer. 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 irritate readers who follow my posts for information about my books and writing, so I’ll have to stop this series 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.

7 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 4 Apr 21

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  2. Stuart, I really like the Birch trees, not the beautiful Silver Birch, but still stately. And as always love looking at the ocean. Now that my Son has fixed my computer, I can blog again. It was a technical problem that was making me crazy, and for me, that is a short trip! Happy Easter! And thanks for posting.

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  3. Great quote! In pre-Christian times Easter was always about spring, so I look at it that way, too. I do send greetings to those who celebrate it or Passover (last weekend).
    When I was a child, tidal pools were the most interesting things ever – lots of little things for marvelling and exclaiming!

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    1. Thanks, Lynette.
      Yes, in pagan culture, the season of spring was celebrated; a time of new growth and an opportunity to be thankful for the growing warmth following a long period of hard living through winter.
      Tidal pools have always fascinated me, too. I’m still drawn to them. The photo is of Rosilli Bay in Wales, and these pools are in the sand, so contain only worms. But the land mass to the right is called the Worm’s Head, and the tidal causeway used to cross to it from the mainland contains innumerable rock pools full of all sorts of sea life!

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