#ScenicSaturday 04/June/22

A new series starts today and will continue each Saturday. The daily words and picture series has run its course now the pandemic is more or less as under control as it’s going to be. I’d still like to share my love of the natural world with you, but the daily post is hard to sustain if I’m to get on with my normal writing, so I’ve gone for a weekly one instead. Sometimes there’ll be accompanying words, other times the picture will stand alone. I hope you’ll continue to comment, like, and share so we get the idea of natural beauty to as many people as possible. You never know, it just might persuade some ditherers to join the cause and fight to prevent the coming climate emergency and species extinction.


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      1. These particular trees line a path the passes through the middle of an oak plantation on the slope of a hill. There’s something serene about the place, and we often walk here, having discovered it by accident a few years ago. There’s one spot where the larch trees open into a small oval area and it has all the atmosphere of a natural cathedral. Lovely place!

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