Terri Webster Schrandt’s #SundayStills Photography Challenge
This weeks theme is…
Yellow Autumn Or Leaves
This is such a beautiful theme for me personally, as leaves are from one of my most favourite and loved things in the world – Trees
It’s wonderful how in autumn, when leaves are beginning to fall and wither away, how nature wants to give them one last burst of life and colour
From deep green to bright yellow, turning to brown then falling…
Autumn, along with rain and dull skies, usually gives us intermittent bursts of blue skies too, just to give that extra wow factor as you look up…
Continue reading “#SundayStills – A Burst of Yellow”
The following short story is my own theory as to why a young stranger dressed as he was, carrying a strange item was walking in a wood. We crossed paths in my local wood one morning early in July, you can read about it Here. I also invite you to write your own interpretation of this unusual young mans story.
Jaideep watched as his mother sat heavily in shame, head in hands as he gently broke the news to her.
“How are we going to deal with this?” She exclaimed, “you know they don’t have any more chances Jaideep, what are we going to do?”
Jaideep slowly sat down opposite his mother. He was a smart, gentle young man who, under unfortunate circumstances had become the head of the family at an early age, but had taken on the responsibility extremely well. His twin sisters, on the other hand Continue reading “The Stranger With A Cage”
I thought I’d already seen many strange things in my lifetime, but it turns out I hadn’t. This all became apparent on a morning dog walk through my local wood. I came across the strangest encounter I have ever had. Certainly more strange than seeing two legged, large pink rabbits snowboarding down a mountain or grown men, purposely wearing their trousers so they fall beneath their ass line, whilst trying to hold them up from the front and walking as if they’d had a bad accident in them. No, this latest encounter left me a little perplexed. I’ll explain… Continue reading “A Strange Encounter, You Write The Story”
Originally posted Aug 2017 on Lovingthefiftysomething.com
Can you imagine a world without trees? Isn’t that a terrible thought? I was thinking this while I was on one of my many walks last week. Continue reading “#Throwback Thursday – A world without Trees?”
The Forestry commission have excelled themselves in developing a wonderful area for all ages to enjoy nature at its best within the beautiful surroundings of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire. Sherwood Pines is open every day except Christmas day, from 8am until dusk and has large, scenic areas for parking. It cost us £6 to park for the whole day, which we felt was well worth it for the great day we had in such a gorgeous place. There is so much to do at Sherwood Pines… Continue reading “A list of things to do at Sherwood Pines”
For as long as I can remember I have been around dogs. I grew up with dogs and as soon as I left home and was able to care for one myself well, I didn’t hesitate.
Dogs have been a major part of my life and I can’t imagine my life without them.
I have spoken in previous posts about selling up to live on a boat, well the business I sold in 2017 was a Dog Walking and Petsitting business which I set up and ran for four years and if we hadn’t made the decision to move away and live on our boat, then I’d still be there dog walking and Continue reading “Mud? Who cares!”
Can you imagine a world without trees? Isn’t that a terrible thought? I was thinking this while I was on one of my many walks last week. Continue reading “A world without Trees?”