Category Archives: Falls Between the Cracks

Leaves Fest

Rarely do I pause and get up close to observe patterns, shapes and textures. Now these frost covered leaves, isolated and framed, show their delicate beauty. In each frame dead leaves, with green life there also.

It’s been a good day. A walk up to the ‘trig’ point high up on the moor above the monastery. Mist covered the Tyne Valley floor and by afternoon we were enveloped in freezing fog. That too has its beauty.

Whether it is cold or blazing hot where you are, if you are alone or in company I hope you have had a good day. To be followed by many more good days.

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Photo One – Dry stone wall.

This is how the walls are built in this part of England, no mortar to hold the stones together.
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Photo Two – Post Box and Bin

The post box was set in this wall during the time of King George, thus the GR cast into the box. The recycling bin is well, modern!
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Photo Three – Beehives

These bee hives have been a great talking point recently.
They have added colour to our walks along the road.
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Photo Four – Frosty Grass

Too bad I was not able to catch the jewel like sparkle on this frosty grass,
nature does sparkle so much more readily than we can!
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