#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 31/May/22

Today’s the last of my daily ‘natural beauty’ pictures. However, I’ll post one each week under the title ‘#Saturday Scenes’. Sometimes with words, sometimes as a stand-alone picture. But I’ll always welcome your comments and shares (the buttons at the foot make it easy to do that, and the more people we can show Earth’s beauty, the more who may take action to curb climate change). Thank you. Earth is the only home we have. I started the daily series when Covid confined people to their homes, unable to enjoy nature. But books have taken a back seat for too long. It’s time to return to my writing. Also, my publisher is sponsoring an event to showcase some of the best books in his collection. More of that in a few days or so, for now, let me introduce you to MABLE; click the link to find more detail and get news as it happens.

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10 thoughts on “#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 31/May/22

    1. You’re very welcome, Noelle. Thank you for your support.
      The River East Lyn joins with the West Lyn to flow out of Lynmouth, Devon. It flows into the Bristol Channel, a very wide tidal estuary that joins with the North Atlantic.

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    1. It’s been a long two years, Joni, and your support has been great. Thank you. I now have other work to do, and the pandemic has at least ‘settled’, certainly here in the UK life is more or less back to normal. I’ll do a similar pictorial post each Saturday instead, just to keep reminding people of the value of our beautiful natural world. You and Scot look after yourselves and have a good time.

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      1. Thank you Stuart. Yes things are finally settling down. Best of luck with your new project Stuart. We are headed to Seattle tomorrow to stay with my daughter and family for two months. I am very excited. You take good care of Valerie and have fun especially if you are writing a sequel to your latest publication. Big hugs to you both. ❤️🤗🦋

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