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Heron ~ Felicity Sidnell Reid guests at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape’s Blog: The heron on the lake on sunset, digital watercolor painting Copyright Martina Vaculikova at 123RF Summer has been slow to arrive this year. But finally the weather is warming up and soon perhaps … Continue reading

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Fishing #midnighthaiku

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Doppelgänger #midnighthaiku

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Kayaking Sights – Ken Gierke

Reblogged from rivrvlogr: Back in March 2017, I posted a blog (with a video) about kayaking monthly, explaining how I make the videos to post on Facebook as a way to stay connected to my family in Ohio and Western … Continue reading

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As the Crow Flies – Fandango #writephoto

The large, black bird surveyed its domain. It was a gray, cloudy day, but nothing seemed out of the ordinary. The crow had the good luck earlier in the day to have caught and consumed a small mouse. And just … Continue reading

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Crow – Honoré Dupuis #writephoto

We have known each other for a long time. In the garden of the small house, some distance from here, she used to perch in the old tree, just in the corner, and was able to follow my progress in … Continue reading

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Resident beauty

The great houses and stately homes are all very well in their way, but the real joy of our visit to Dunham Massey was the deer park. The first recorded mention of the park that surrounds the house dates back … Continue reading

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Flying high

There was a heron in the garden when I arrived at my son’s home a little before eight o’clock. It stood on the deck, almost as tall as me, and looked me in the eye. For a moment there was … Continue reading

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We left early and took a route that avoided all cities and motorways. It allowed the inevitable squeaks of delight from the driver’s seat to start early as we crossed the Pennines with the peak of Wildboarclough in the distance, … Continue reading

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