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Looking back at these photos now, even
though this was only eight weeks ago,
clearly, so much has changed. These
places won’t have changed. The woods will
have more signs of green; the beach at
John Muir may have more driftwood
washed up on the shore, or perhaps less
depending on the tides. But these scenes
won’t have changed. It’s just that we can no
longer visit them. Not now, anyway. So we
are waiting, looking forward to being
reunited, like old friends.
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Week seven in mid-February was a very
rainy week, so much so that we only had
two big walks: one to Bamburgh on the
Friday, which I’ve already shared here, and
the second in brilliant sunshine on the
Sunday, when we had a long walk at John
Muir Country Park, dazzled by the bright
light and the blues skies. I wasn’t sure what
to do with this #shotsoftheweek story given
my previous Bamburgh story, but I
realised that a black and white VSCO edit
would change the feel of this. So I hope
you enjoy these landscapes in b+w.
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this walk was so, so windy.
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and then this.
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The moments that fuel your soul.
The moments that feed your eyes.
The moments that inspire your creative
mind, while quietening the noise.
The moments that bring a sense of calm.
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Bamburgh
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FEBRUARY 10 - 16 2020
shots of the week
CREATED BY

vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken Steller ambassador 📍Scotland

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