Water’s Edge (A Sunday View)


Today was a bad day before I'd even finished my coffee, (that's not good). So, after a run not clearing my brain, the next best thing was a walk to the river.
In truth, where I live the river is more estuary than actual waterway. Over a mile wide, the Humber is at its best on a clear, sunny day where the wind remains strong. The results are pictures like the one above.
The wonderful Neil Gaiman wrote about 'The Ocean at the End of the Lane', a great book by the way. This is my real life version ' the estuary at the end of the path'. It's not quite as magical but it does the trick.
Sometimes all you need to remind yourself of the important things is a view. I'd like a few more mountains, but beggars can't be choosers.

I hope your own weekends contains some magical sights too.

Richard
Richard M. Ankers
Author of The Eternals Series
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Into Eternity (Very Soon!)

#FarcicalFriday – Big Foot?

#Farcical Friday —Big Foot?

A: “Big Foot.”
B: “Sasquatch.”
A: “Big Foot.”
B: “Sasquatch.”
A: “Big Foot!”
B: “Sasquatch!”
A: “BIG FOOT!”
B: “SASQUATCH!”
C: “By the looks of them, I’d say, Big Feet. Now, cheese it!”