Happy Earth Week to you all - hasn't it been a beautiful week to celebrate. And our scavenger photos all tie in with that with the prompt quite simply being
Where to start with this one ... when I was going through my photos I came up with a motley selection looking around the wonderful place we call home and all the aspects of Earth I could find.
|Old wood in the Bluebell Wood|
|Fired clay - made by my friend Birgit in Germany - I love this lady|
|In a salt cave in the Loire Valley in France|
|Mountains and Forest and Lakes in Cumbria - how splendid|
|Young spinach growing in a rusted wheel rim on the beach|
|The lane beside our house leading to the sea - I imagine hobbits walking through there.|
|The earthy smell of mushrooms growing wild|
|From earth to sky|
|Rock formations along the beach here - I love the colours. |
What a magnificent planet we live on - isn't nature marvellous.
Thank you to Astrid for the prompts and for nudging me to look through photos. I had had plans to get out with my camera this week and find new shots but had prepared these in advance just in case and I'm so glad I did. For the first week in ages I had several things planned, the main ones being to finish another song, get up to the bluebell wood, get my second jab, finally get outside to meet with some friends for lunch, and in between finish my new veg patch in the garden. Instead .... I've spent the week in bed with some flu virus ..... how is it possible after shielding and cocooning and masking and washing and distancing blah blah blah. oh dear. Anyway I just heard today that it's been doing the rounds which never makes it feel quite so bad when you know someone else has it too and isn't dying - I swear, I had my bag packed in my head to go tot he hospital during the week! my temperature has come down to almost normal and the appetite is slowly coming back and I'm getting a little bit of focus back to be able to write and read a wee bit. I promise I will be 1000 times more careful when I go to the supermarket again and I'm already careful.
Anyway thank you Astrid for the Photo Hunt - you can check out what the others have been doing HERE.