#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 17/May/22

White water feeds pool

Slowed by unseen bars ahead

Wildlife drinks here now


These posts were scheduled to maintain the series while I’m offline. I can’t respond to comments, likes, follows, or questions. But, please interact. I’ll try to catch up on my return. In future, I’ll post a picture once a week instead of daily. These photo posts have overtaken a website set up to talk about books and writing, which have taken a back seat for too long.
I started when the Covid pandemic confined many people to their homes, unable to get out and enjoy nature. It’s time to return to my writing, which also tends to encourage a love of nature, even when the stories may be set in an unfamiliar environment. If you’d like to spread joy, respect and responsibility for our wonderful planet, why not share these posts on social media (‘share’ buttons below help), comment with your thoughts, and help sustain our environment for the future? Thank you. After all, Earth’s our only home.

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    1. It runs, eventually, through the village, Noelle. But due to its propensity to flood the main street, it has had to be sent down a culvert for some of its journey. However, it’s free for most of it journey to the big river it joins at the bottom of the village!

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