July 28, 2020

Walk With Me | July

Last Thursday we (we being me & my six year old son) went for a morning walk along the canal path. The canal path is one of our favourite local walks as it is just a few minutes from our house, the route itself is easy & gentle with a flat paved path, and it is a nice way to feel enveloped in nature with the opportunity to spot some of the wildlife my son likes to keep an eye out for - fish in the water, heron looking for food, and horses & sheep that can be found in the fields that line either side of the canal. There were no heron today, but we did see all the other animals mentioned, as well as ducks and a couple of squirrels enjoying breakfast up in the trees above us. 

Walking locally is the only 'fun' outing we've been doing during the pandemic, generally bright and early (leaving around 8), however it wasn't until this outing that I'd actually taken my camera along. Whilst I don't want to linger longer than warranted, I have missed capturing the outdoors and it felt great to photograph nature once again.








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