November by gillbrooks ()
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I think this just about captures the time of year
Image Comments (5)
lwperkins () 5:36PM | Thu, 19 November 2020
It does! We have bare branches here too, I think they are beautiful in their own way!
jgkane () 3:59PM | Sat, 21 November 2020
A pensive scene, beautifully composed, my friend. Had frost a couple of times and this morning a transitional hailstone to heavy rain storm, but it doesn't dissuade the grass or the weeds. Nearest piece of open water is about 2km away, with migrating birds, as well as the resident swans etc., nestling next to a Morrison's. Its car park is now in the process of being halved to make way for a drive in McDonald's, not what the East End of the city, nor the bird life really needs. Going to be a polluted bit of water soon, no doubt.
My wife is woman-fully working in covid wards here in Glasgow, the Christmas shoppers are at a loss, and even the churches have been further educed., but there are only so any masses a priest can say in a day, and it needs a big crew for the cleansing between services too. The latest lockdown is even quieter than the first one, but Nicooa Sturgeon still has a firm hand, and a wise head on her. Many folk have a lot to thank for her leadership in the present pandemic.
Seen only vans getting lost in our cul-de-sac the last week or two, after roads were reinstated to what they had been before all the new buildings went up. We do have a small children's play area to our front, and often see, but do not disturb the local foxes in their nightly wanderings. Trusing that life is treating you and your loved one(s) gently. Kind regards, from a dreich Glesca,