#ScenicSaturday 18th March 2023

I share these pictures, taken during March, not this year, to show the beauty of our world, hoping viewers may be inspired to take action to save it from the destruction we humans are causing to nature.
This one was taken on a walk in East Yorkshire in 2012. The lake is situated in the grounds of a manor house in the Yorkshire Wolds, an area of natural beauty often ignored and therefore relatively peaceful and quiet.


Feel free to comment, like, and share these to spread the joy of natural beauty to as many people as possible. It might persuade others to join the cause and help fight the rapidly approaching climate emergency and species extinctions.
These posts are weekly, but I also Tweet (until that platform becomes hostile for people who care about truth) one at the end of each day, with the hashtag #ourworldiswonderful, join me there if you wish.

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11 thoughts on “#ScenicSaturday 18th March 2023

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    1. Catkins have been present on the hazels for a few weeks, and now the birches and alders are showing theirs, much to the consternation of the hay fever sufferers. A few leaves daring to open on the willows, but most trees are waiting for a little more sun. Our five mile walk today was accompanied by a brisk, cutting wind, but bright sunshine, Lynette. We encountered jays, robins, wrens, buzzards and the usual blackbirds, crows, and wood pigeons, so spring definitely seems to be on its way. Oh, and the pond has its first pond-skater, too!

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    1. It certainly was on the day this was taken in my old home stamping ground, Noelle. This was way back in 2012. But here in the forest, we’ve had the sun today and there are signs of spring emerging, with some of the early flowers now appearing under the trees.


        1. We have daffodils, and tulips are slowly emerging, snowdrops have come and gone, Noelle. But, in the forest, some of the early wild flowers now brighten the shadows with their vivid colours.


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