If you are self-isolating, you must: make the most of nature’s playground daily…

Blow off the cobwebs with a good walk.
Brush up on your photography skills (this was taken by my son Edward). My wife said I look like a gamekeeper.
Find shelter to weather a storm.
But pick your battles wisely.

4 Thoughts

  1. Simon. We enjoyed this – and the photos are super.

    However,* a propos *your comment “My wife said I look like a gamekeeper”, a REAL gamekeeper would have a shotgun under one arm and a ferret under the other.

    The shotgun would be to ward off anyone not practising social (physical) distancing, the ferret to nip those who don’t heed the warning.

    Is the bull a Lincoln Red? John remembers them from the days in the 1960s when, as a student, he worked with the vets, Adam and Callum, MsRCVS, in Louth.

    Greetings from our tiny garden in Norfolk. John has moved from his naturalist’s armchair to a folding seat just outside our front door. Small insects are revelling

    in the sunshine along our privet hedge. They may be thankful for Covid-19 – at long last, global air pollution has dropped and fewer potentially toxic chemicals

    are being sold and used.

    John and Margaret Cooper

    , On Sun, 5 Apr 2020 at 09:05, Blog: The Frightened Face of Nature (FFON) wrote:

    > Simon H King posted: ” Blow off the cobwebs with a good walk. Brush up on > your photography skills (this was taken by my son Edward). My wife said I > look like a gamekeeper. Find shelter to weather a storm. But pick your > battles wisely. ” >

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  2. Lovely photos, Simon, and I think you’ve hit on the solution to irresponsible citizens gambolling and picnicking in fields. That bull could free up a number of police for other duties.

    Liked by 1 person

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