Images of a lock down day

yep it’s me, I was the cause of this for I needed a wee

Around me russet beech leafs flutter like butterfly’s, as my companion’s fur ripples, like a lake disturbed in a strong breeze. In a clear blue sky, crows glide and soar like kites. Watched by a black cat who four white paws give him away despite his hiding in the shadows. A young neighbour kicks his football, only for the breeze to sneakily carry it away. A tiny tot cries, for she wanted to join in. Whilst wrapped a their own world a couple walk hand in hand. And yes reader as William Wordsworth wrote “I wandered lonely as a cloud”…

Footnote: My inspiration for this post comes in part from a note book known as The Grasmere Journal by Dorothy Wordsworth (1771 – 1855) In this lock down period I plan to keep by own journal in an redundant diary.

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  1. rochellewisoff

    Beautiful. Michael.

    Shalom and stay well,

    Rochelle

    1. Michael Humphris

      Thank you Rochelle. I am sorry that for the moment swimming is not available. Myself during this lockdown period, I am going to try a few differing ways of writing. Thanking you for all the work you undertake to keep FF going Mike

      1. rochellewisoff

        Right now FF helps me feel like I have a place to go. 😉 Thank you for hanging in with us.

  2. neilmacdon

    Lovely images

    1. Michael Humphris

      Thank you Neil, I have decided to return to keeping a journal of notable days and activities. Stay well and safe. Regards Mike

  3. Dale

    Lovely imagery, Michael.

    1. Michael Humphris

      Thank you Dale. I am keeping a journal, about this virus event, on the world as I know it.

      1. Dale

        As are so many!

  4. msjadeli

    Outdoor refreshment is balm for the soul. I’m glad your buddy spurred it and a very good idea about keeping a journal through Covid-19.

    1. Michael Humphris

      Creating a worthwhile journal is taking time and challenging me. For me it is ‘balm for the soul. Stay safe and look after yourself.

      1. msjadeli

        Good for you and thank you. You also.

  5. Sandra

    Lovely piece, Michael. And I love your dog. We had one with an almost identical face, a short-haired border collie. Stay safe.

    1. Michael Humphris

      Thank you so much Sandra. I am a fan of dogs, but I do love short haired collies. I receive a lot of pleasure from my four legged friends and my interest in gardening. Do you still have a garden.

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