a walk behind the gaelic college, in springtime

stannswalk1This first picture, above, was taken last week on the MacKillop Road right behind the Gaelic College.

Below is the same spot, yesterday:

stannswalkies01 So it’s really great to be able to walk here on my lunch breaks! As you know if you’ve been reading a while, I love to walk. It’s how I get exercise mainly, and how I also take a break in the day and get some thinking time in.

stannswalkies02There is still some snow! In patches under trees, mainly. 

stannswalkies03This is not in focus but I think the cheeriness of the willow stalks shine through. 

stannswalkies04Blue sky! Ahhh! 

stannswalkies05Sun flare selfie.

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Walking in the woods in springtime is just the best. I love the crunch and crackle of things underfoot.

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And the springiness of the moss, warmed by the strengthening sun.

stannswalkies11 stannswalkies12 stannswalkies13 stannswalkies14 stannswalkies15 stannswalkies16Can you see the deer print in the photo above?

stannswalkies17 stannswalkies18The sunny weather makes such a difference in my mood!

Have a great Friday, folks.

 

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One Response to a walk behind the gaelic college, in springtime

  1. Regina says:

    Leah, thank you so much for those wonderful pictures. You have no idea how much I enjoy your blog; I am sure I am speaking for a lot of people. I’ll be there end of May, hope I have a chance to meet you.

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