h o m e
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What does ‘home’ look like to you?
It’s something we’ve probably all
been thinking about in recent
months. In the simplest sense, it’s
probably the place you live, but it
might be somewhere else too. It
might be a person, or people, or
other beings that you love and hold
dear. ‘Home’ means different things
to different people.
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On Saturday 4 July, which was the
first day where we could travel ‘for
leisure’ in Scotland, we drove down
the coast to my ‘home’, John Muir
Country Park. This is the place that
I missed most during the lockdown
weeks. It’s a place where I can
exhale and feel grounded. Where I can
soak in the calm. The town that we
live in doesn’t feel like home, even
though I’ve shared so many photos of
our walks there during lockdown. I’m
so thankful for those walks and those
places, but that feeling of being
home is something deeper.
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And that’s what this walk felt like:
coming home after a long absence.
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Yes, the light was really moody!
Far from ideal for photos, but I
was just glad to be here so...
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And on this walk, I was noticing all
the textures; how much this
landscape had changed in the
 
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Of course, some views never
change. Some views are always
there, waiting for you.
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This sound too. These textures and
tones.
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john muir country park
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vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken interiors journalist 📍Scotland

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