A Walk in Summer


We may be going into Winter here in the UK, but that isn’t a reason to forget about the Summer! There may be fewer green leaves around in the next few weeks, but, on some days, the skies will be blue, the air fresh and crisp, and the Sun bright. And, as in this Square photo, if you look closer on those bright days, you may just find a wonderful surprise!

Posted for Becky’s Walking Squares.

22 responses to “A Walk in Summer”

  1. BeckyB avatar

    oh those lily pads almost look as though they are floating in the photo, it has an amazing 3D effect

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    1. BeckyB avatar

      PS great to have you squaring with me this month

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      1. Tom avatar

        It’s a pleasure! I have to get at least one in… we have been squaring for a while now! 🙂

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        1. BeckyB avatar

          we have indeed 😀

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    2. Tom avatar

      They do, Becky, don’t they? I hadn’t noticed that – another surprise!
      There’s a rare blurred heron in the centre of the photo…

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      1. BeckyB avatar

        oh my so there is, looks enormous!

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        1. Tom avatar

          I’m sure they change their shape deliberately.

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          1. BeckyB avatar

            Robert and I used to say that too!

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            1. Tom avatar

              There we have it then… it must be true. If only I thought it, I’d have said it was just me, but now I know that it isn’t! 🙂

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  2. Visionkeeper avatar

    Ahhh…I see the ripples and tail end of somebody…Is that Tufty???? Great shot. VK

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    1. Tom avatar

      Thanks, VK.
      I’d be very annoyed with myself if Tufty was there and I hadn’t noticed, but caught the tail end of him! This doesn’t mean to say that he was there, and I hadn’t noticed… although that does look like a rather familiar tail end… 🙂

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  3. europasicewolf avatar

    Those heady days aof summer are definitely behind us, but the shades of autumn are very beautiful😃🍁🍂

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    1. Tom avatar

      They are, Icewolf… and like the Summer they’ll soon be a memory too, as everything rests before Spring once again bursts onto the scene! However, we have the Wonders of Winter to enjoy first! 🙂

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      1. europasicewolf avatar

        Do not remind me of this henious detail Tom!😅

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        1. Tom avatar

          Hehehe… or, Mwahaha (that second one is my evil laugh), although Winter can be lovely too.

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  4. Susan Feniak avatar

    We’re not enjoying snow and cold here in BC. However we did have a fabulous September and October.

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    1. Tom avatar

      Apparently, we had a sprinkling of snow here in Cheshire a couple of weeks ago, which was very unusual… I missed it, though, and was only told about it. Other than that it’s been very mild, Susan.

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  5. Sue Dreamwalker avatar

    Looks a lovely place to walk Tom… and some of those leaves are still hanging on, as they don’t wish to let go of summer either.. 🙂 Have a peaceful Sunday 🙂

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    1. Tom avatar

      Thanks again, Sue. I hope you’ve had a nice, relaxing Sunday! 🙂

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      1. Sue Dreamwalker avatar

        I did thank you Tom , switched off from the outside world for a while. 💕

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