Today’s Pictures: 25 Apr 21

‘Where’er you walk, cool gales shall fan the glade,’
Alexander Pope

This series of photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this series. For the last few days, I’m adding others from my collection from the forest, and one other each day to show more of the world and its wonders.


From May onwards, I intend to replace this daily series with single photos from my professional files, as the pictures have brought joy to many. The new series will be a real mix of subjects I’ve enjoyed picturing over the years. No captions. No information. I hope you’ll enjoy them, comment where you wish, and continue to share them with your online friends and followers.

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

10 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 25 Apr 21

    1. And warm, Noelle, as it’s the Mediterranean.
      Our woods are criss-crossed by tracks and trails, butsome of these are no more than animal tracks, and they’re the ones we most enjoy travelling. Today we were climbing and tramping through parts of the forest rarely visited. Came across an old WWII pill box, and a tumbled brick building of indeterminate history. We were trying to follow overground the line of the old railway tunnel, and managed most of the route as it took us over hills and across narrow steep valleys!

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