Today’s Pictures: 30 Apr 21

‘No longer the round shoulders and stooping walk, no longer the shuffle of shame.  She was upright and open.’
Stuart Aken, Breaking Faith.

This is the final post in the series of photographs from our local forest walks. I’ve posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this project, which started over a year ago as a way of getting the natural beauty of the outdoors to those people confined indoors due to the Covid pandemic.
I know the situation is far from over in many parts of the world but feel the series has now run its course. It’s taken a good portion of my writing time but has been worthwhile in spreading enjoyment to many. In response to suggestions and requests, I added other photographs from my collection to show more of the world and its wonders.

From tomorrow, I intend to replace this daily series with a single, uncaptioned, photo from my professional files, as the simplest way of continuing to provide some light relief. There’ll be a real mix of subjects that have caught my eye over the years. I hope you’ll enjoy them, comment where you wish, and continue to share them with your online friends and followers.

All photographs on this site are my own, unless otherwise credited. More of my pictures appear here. And I’ve placed a small sample under the ‘Gallery’ tab at the top of this page.

8 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 30 Apr 21

  1. Pingback: Today’s Pictures: 30 Apr 21 | In the Net! – Pictures and Stories of Life

    1. The quote is from my first novel, a romantic mystery in which the female protagonist begins as an innocent, put-upon, young woman, but grows through the tale, Lynette.

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  2. I already miss the woods and our walks! I have a feeling that once in a while a picture of a wooded lane will pop in to surprise us. I loved our time walking through them and glad to have had the experience. Thanks for posting.

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    1. Oh, there’ll be the odd forest picture, Brenda, as they are well represented in my collection of images. But I confess to a change – they will be captioned!
      And, of course, if you feel the need, you can always revisit the earlier shots and the longer posts whenever you feel so inclined.
      It’s been a pleasure to compile this collection for the project, made more so by the comments from the visitors who have passed on their thoughts here.

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    1. This was taken at the end of September, Noelle. In the summer months, you’d be hard pressed to find the sand for the people! But it’s a lovely place.


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