#ScenicSaturday 30/July/22

A living sky drifts over a river flowing peacefully through a forest of many trees. All elements of our amazing world, contributing to our enjoyment of its beauty. Let’s all do everything we can to sustain that precious quality of a world so extraordinary it might just be the only one containing sentient life right now.


Daily posts on our beautiful world are hard to sustain if I’m to get on with my normal writing, so I’ve opted for a weekly one, though I also post a simple picture to Twitter each day, using the hashtag #ourworldiswonderful, join me if you wish. Sometimes, my posts on here will include words. I hope you’ll continue to comment, like, and share so we can spread the joy of natural beauty to as many people as possible. It just might persuade some to join the cause and to fight the coming climate emergency and species extinction.


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5 thoughts on “#ScenicSaturday 30/July/22

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    1. Thanks, Lynette. The heatwave lasted only about 3 days. Back to our ‘normal’ British weather, but definitely in need of some rain here in the southwest, where it’s normally quite damp!
      Hope you’re temperatures are temperate!

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      1. It’s fairly normal for this area (it’s classified as semi-arid desert) to reach 35-40 in July, and we’re in the middle of that now, with 38 yesterday and 39 projected for today. Better than the 45-46 we had a year ago! That was brutal! Glad to hear that you’re back to normal; I hope you get some rain. Cheers.

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