Small:

How small we are

In the grand scheme of things, yet:

The damage and chaos we create is considerable.

My friend, a few houses further on

Just had birthday 93

Always ready for anything going

The stories she can tell, the plans she has, never says no!

During lock-down she created the most fantastically enormous puzzles

Mist clearing

Fog and mist lifting

Revealing a surprising scene

Although the phone wins the woman’s attention

Watch out

Do not mess with me

My spikes are as sharp as needles

When mistreated the resulting action could be fatal

Whilst cycling

Along the small roads and lane on the levels around my home

My progress tends to be slow as there is always something of interest

You can understand why I stopped and took photos of this line of swans

High Humidity

Associated with Fog

Silence is another aspect

I like the stillness and sense of isolation

My pride and joy

Important green mode of transport

Camera in that black box, safe and sound

Local nature reserve and the Mendips in the background

Striding

Striding along

Destination unknown

Hope lies in the lap of the Gods

Given up

Had enough of it all

Could no longer take part

In this life so full of suffering and pain

No End

In Sight

The Carnage goes on

The Suffering of the people Immense

My tears to no avail

Things are bad,

So many people suffering , I can feel it

We are lucky to be able to find solace in nature

Lovely birds, busy leading their lives, being little jewels

Grasses

In all their simplicity are

The equal in beauty and grace

Of more sophisticated flowering plants

My heart is

With Ukraine and with her suffering people

When you think:

It cannot get much worse

Horrors of horrors, it can and it does

The culprit(s), do they sleep well at night?

Outlook:

Gloomy

Nothing Positive

Refugees finally trickling into UK

Even my car has died, end of an era I think

Evil

Evil can flourish when good men do nothing

A saying that is seemingly so apt at this time in Ukraine

Atrocities are committed and we are afraid to give Ukraine the aid she needs

Flames

Flames of conflict

Burning hot and bright

Devouring , Killing, Maiming the Innocent

Still Standing

Still there, rather lonesome

The situation in Ukraine is not improved

President Biden , however, is giving many hope

HOPE?

CAN WE BREATH AGAIN

I CERTAINLY HOPE SO AND

THE NEWS IS THAT RUSSIA HAS HAD ENOUGH

Frost

Misty and Frosty

Early morning promise of

What is still to come soon enough:

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