#ScenicSaturday 12/Nov/22

All photographs in this series were taken in November, though not necessarily this year. My digital picture library started with my first DSLR camera, bought a few years back. I like to share them here to show #ourworldiswonderful.
This one, taken in the Forest of Dean that surrounds me, shows a naturally formed pool on the small brook that eventually flows through the village to join the River Wye. I took this last year, but the place is currently inaccessible, due to fallen trees that have blocked the way, to all but the nimblest of explorers. The local kids still reach it, but stiff joints no longer allow such adventures from me these days.


These posts of our wonderful world are weekly, but I also Tweet one each day (as long as Elon Musk’s takeover doesn’t render the platform unusable for mere mortals), with the hashtag #ourworldiswonderful, join me here if you wish. You can comment, like, and share these to spread the joy of natural beauty to as many people as possible. It may even persuade some to join the cause for nature and fight the fast-approaching climate emergency and species extinctions.

More pictures appear in the Gallery.
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5 thoughts on “#ScenicSaturday 12/Nov/22

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  2. Beautiful golden glow! Most of our colorful leaves have fallen – in a matter of just a couple of days. But we are experiencing temperatures that rival June right now along with the dang humidity.

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    1. Thanks, Noelle. This was taken last year. This year, our temperatures have regularly been 4-5C above seasonal norms. And we had a very dry summer. Only recently have our rains begun. With the gusty winds accompanying that rain, we’re now loosing the leaves rapidly.


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