Since my shadow is very plain to see.. I can’t very well deny having done so. I did behave I only wandered in so far, I kept my car in sight Took a few pictures and headed back out. I was on my way to church, OK, yes it was a bit of a detour, somewhat past the church, but … =^_^= it was in the west end.
I have to admit to being very very tired by the time I was ready to head back home. I left the above location and found my way to the church, after service I didn’t dawdle for too long, my body was giving me warning signs.. it was tired and wanted to be home. I will go back… I also found Pinhey Forest today, now that I know where it is, and how to access it, that is another of my “to explore” locations.
I should have perhaps not done as much on my first outing .. but.. I came home feeling like I had accomplished something, and with the desire to go back .. it was exciting to have found new places to explore and discover. I heard birds, but I didn’t see any, oh that is not quite true, I did see birds with the squirrel when I arrived, they flew away tho’ as soon as I started on the path towards them. (black birds )
PL Precept .. #1 Life is Art – Vida es Arte. – Vida e Arte.
Does that rock give you any ideas? What if anything does it remind you of?
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Easy does it, slow and steady wins the race. 😉
The rock looks like a fish to me (albeit with a slashed ‘eye’). 🙂
I know.. my body sure had a lot to say to me before the day was over!! that cut looks man made.. it was my first time to venture into that trail.. I will go another time when I am stronger and when the weather is warmer, it was cool and overcast today. Hey YOU, have you had a good week-end?
A very quiet one, thanks. 🙂
Well done. Stay well. The purpose of the rock is similar to that of gateposts near our Eyeworth pond – birdwatchers leave seed on the tops
yes I did see remnants of sunflower seeds.. we’ve had overcast weather here, I’ll wait till its drier to go back so that I can really explore. waves a cheerful Monday morning hello across the pond.
Well if you can get outside to enjoy nature, I say go for it! Interesting rock.