Today’s #Photograph 16/Jun/21

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8 thoughts on “Today’s #Photograph 16/Jun/21

    1. I’ve responded to Anneli’s question on your site, Lynette. But I’ll give the answer here, too.
      It’s a Forest Road used by the Forestry Commission as they manage the forest. But they use it only rarely, when they are harvesting the trees. It’s mostly used by ramblers and dog walkers. We use it only a little, as we prefer to walk in the trees to the left. The hillside to the right is too steep for walkers. The path leads eventually to a wide area of open land where the timber lorries can turn. It ends high above our village here in the Forest of Dean.

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      1. Thanks, Stuart. I appreciate that you took the time to answer Anneli’s question. I was reasonably sure that the photo is from your Forest of Dean, but couldn’t be certain, of course.
        By the way, how is the book coming?

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        1. It was a pleasure, Lynette.
          As for the book, it’s in ‘production’ at present. I’m waiting for cover suggestions to be sent to me by my publisher, who’s just returned from a lengthy stay in Poland where he and his wife were visiting her family and got trapped by the Covid regulations! But he has a team of specialists he uses for the various aspects of book production, so I expect I’ll hear soon about the cover. That’s when I’ll do a post on the title and a cover ‘tease’.

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  2. Once again you found my soft spot! I love that nice path going uphill, (not so much) and the lovely tree on each side giving some shade sometimes, but what I love to do is lay on a blanket and watch the clouds change into various shapes. Thanks for posting.

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    1. Yes, this is a gentle rise, Brenda. And a solid surface on which to walk. It’s one of the roads used by the Forestry Commission to manage the forest, so mostly used by walkers, as the managers need to cut trees only rarely in any given area.
      As this is on the top of a hill, it’s a great place for sky watching. Sometimes we can watch the buzzards as they soar overhead, gliding on thermals as they hunt, and displaying their mastery of an element that is their natural habitat.

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