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Today, Springtime Walk and A Recipe

Today is World Happiness Day and the Vernal Equinox.  In these difficult times, let me show you the lambs that appeared in the back field today.  It’s Spring.

It was a beautiful morning and we went on our regular walk, a short stretch of the Flat lode Trail. Please join us, especially if you are having to stay indoors, on this lovely full-of-Springtime walk.

A couple of my Dear Readers asked for the recipe for my Special Brownies which I showed you yesterday.  You and they, can now find the recipe here.

 

 

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Shadows, Raindrops and Blue Sky

Going down the lane towards St Euny Church for our walk today, the low sun shadows were beautiful.

I love raindrops highlighted by the sun.

Raindrops

Although it was very cold and the wind bitter, there was a wonderfully blue sky and when caught in sunbeams, a lovely feeling of apricity.

Yellow gorse and blue sky

Wheal Uny

 

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A Warm Windy Walk on Boxing Day

I am so very happy! Today I have done a proper walk around the back, a walk that I have not done for over a year. That steroid injection has put me back to where I was before the rotten seats at the cinema in October and I can walk happily again, up hills, on rough ground, nearly being blown over and I feel fabulous! Join us by looking at our gallery, almost every photo out of focus as the wind was so very strong but showing what is in flower right now in this unseasonably warm weather.

Palm trees in the wind

Palm trees in the wind

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

Unusual perspectives, different views of the same thing?

Looking up through the doorway

Looking up through the doorway

Looking up through the roof

Looking up through the roof

Sunlit inside walls

Sunlit inside walls

From the front

From the front

From the sunlit side

Wheal Uny from the sunlit side

Some of you may have seen the Photo Challenge, Abandoned where I first featured this and other magnificent engine houses from the 1850s.

For others in this challenge, click here.

 

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