A walk in the suburbs, not too far from a town centre, was an uneventful thing, something I’d done many times where I used to live.Read More »
The photo challenge for this week is the word smile and I can’t help but smile every time I see one of these guys in the town or city. I know plenty of people see pigeons as pests but I’ll never forget the hoard of pigeons that flocked around me when I visited Trafalgar Square in London as a child. Pigeons are banned from there these days but back then there were stalls set up that sold cups of seeds just so you could feed the delightful and often silly birds.
Today I am bringing you a picture which I think sums up the word silence very well. With what looks like civilisation so far away, there is a great silence near this water. The only thing you hear is a breeze in your ears but it’s a beautiful silence otherwise and the perfect place to take a moment to yourself and breathe 🙂
Well I’m lazy today. It IS my birthday but I took the day off and didn’t have anything prepared for my birthday blog post 😮 So I thought I’d post a quick image I took which to me fits this week’s photo challenge: Temporary. To me berries and summer fruits are very temporary and as you can see from the photo these ones are already beginning to dry up. I’m also aware that birthdays are temporary, as they come and go only once a year 🙂 🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂 😀
I’ll be back online later but I’m taking the morning off, hope you are all well and thank you all for the birthday wishes I’ve already received 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤
Do these berries speak ‘temporary’ to you? What in your mind is temporary? Please let me know your thoughts, I’d love to hear from you 🙂 You can also follow me in these places: