#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 20/May/22

Peaceful lies the pond

Beyond the still sylvan bank

Inviting us in.


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6 thoughts on “#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 20/May/22

    1. I’ve seen signs of fish rising to catch surface insects, Noelle. But I’ve never seen a fish caught here, and fishing people are pretty rare, so I’ve never had the chance to ask. But my guess is there are bream, carp and possibly even the odd pike.

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        1. He’d spend his time in serene silence, Noelle. I think I’ve seen the fishing platforms (wooden stands that protrude over the surface of the pond a few feet) used maybe half a dozen times in the seven years we’ve been visiting this place!

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