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Rosalind Maud
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Yorkshire Wolds Weather 15h
The Grass Lane. A chilly early morning on the Wolds. 5 c. Blackbirds singing.
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Tracy Thomas Wilson Mar 22
Watch wildlife cross this log bridge and grow calmer with each critter. Sound on.
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Tracy Thomas Wilson Mar 27
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Vishal Subramanyan 6h
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Replying to @catherinerusse2
Most delightful Tracy!
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Catherine Russell 9h
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eddie ledbetter 6h
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Anne Louise Avery 6h
Wolf was confused and agitated. What's happened to the little fellow, he cried, where is the little fellow. I need the little fellow. He's asleep, said Old Fox, helping him to the bathroom to clean his teeth. He's a little poorly, but you mustn't worry, you mustn't worry.
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Deborah Vass 6h
Goldfinch thyme! A pair of were plucking pieces of rosemary and thyme, presumably to make a sweet scented nest
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Chris Howell 7h
Tulipa 'Purissima' is very popular with bumblebees.
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🌾 Ginny 7h
I'll see your marvellous wild rural scenes and raise you CITY bats hunting among slate rooves and chimney pots!
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Peter Baldry 10h
Pickles, taking it too the bridge.....
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Catherine Russell Mar 20
Something for the little ones home from school. X
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Anne Louise Avery 10h
The Tanuki had walked down to the river by the Byōdōin to view the cherry blossoms before the quarantine fell heavy once more. Sitting under the trees, he watched the drift of petals in the green waters & thought of the transience of life, all a brief dream of a spring night.
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SESevers 11h
So this just happened over my townhouse, a Saturday blessing.
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Andrew McAlister Mar 27
This is so beautifully and heartbreakingly written. Your love and grief becomes so vivid to us. How do we tell you that we are so very sorry for the loss of your beloved Andy and for your sorrow? All I can do is send a hand across space. Peace to you.
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Alexandra Epps 19h
The Herbaceous Border at The Cedars c1934
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louise 22h
Summer in the Garden Theodor von Hörmann 1840 – 1895 Austrian
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Alexandra Epps 15h
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