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4th October we head to Lound Lake. We’ve skirted it on previous visits to the area. This time we’re to walk through the nature reserve. What will we see? But first we’ve a 2 mile walk from the bus stop … Continue reading
Symmetry, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek provided by Maria Antonia. This isn’t the face of the cathedral most visitors see. They arrive from Tombland via the west gate, to the applause of clicking cameras. The west … Continue reading
I don’t suppose the average Joe in the street gives thought to this, far more concerned with football results, rising prices, Climate Change, the increase in positive Covid tests and whether Blundering Boris will fall off a figurative cliff before … Continue reading
Look at this. What do you see? Beautiful, isn’t it. The praise of God made permanent in stone. But look again and see the oppression of the Saxon race, Norman stone that crowded us out of our homes. Three parishes … Continue reading
Here’s how it works: Every Wednesday I post a photo (this week it’s that one above.) You respond with something CREATIVE Here are some suggestions: An answering photo A cartoon A joke A caption An anecdote A short story (flash … Continue reading
Our walk on 28th Sept was too late for summer flowers but too early for autumnal trees. Yet there were some signs of the changing season. Enjoy… Fruits… Not all of them edible And seeds big… And small… And leaves… … Continue reading
28th September isn’t yet autumn, but nor is it summer, it’s a between-time. And likewise, our walk this day is through a between-land, through the softly undulating plateau between rivers Yare and Bure, through agricultural land, and through woodland. Come … Continue reading
Goodnight, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek provided by Maria Antonia.
They fought with guts and guns and taunts of come-on They wiped the field on the defeated faces of human races They patterned them with blood-formed laces The legion from our region 32 words written for Sammi’s Weekend Prompt: Legion