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Week twenty one was a week of dramatic
and moody skies. As this was week nine
of lockdown, we were still staying close
to home, so all these walks are local:
to the harbour and along the sea front,
and at the ash lagoons. Seeking the
quiet moments, and the solitude of late
evening walks with few people around.
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Over these lockdown weeks I’ve
always been looking for photos of
solo people on these walks.
 
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Walking back along the beach, I
came to this simple wooden
cross. I wonder who placed it here,
 
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Musselburgh
At the lagoons, and an evening
when the brightness of the
sunshine contrasted with the
 
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Every walk is better when
shared with this lad.
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These walks along the sea front
can feel very different depending
on the tide. At low tide, I’ll
 
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This was another solo walk on a
windy day. I love moments like
this, when the wind is whipping off
 
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This was during lockdown, before
people could meet with others
outside, and these lads were just
 
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During lockdown, someone - or
maybe a number of people? -
started arranging the driftwood on
 
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Light moments like this, right?
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I always admire these white
poplar trees near the pond,
especially the way their leaves
 
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MAY 18 - 24 2020
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vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken interiors journalist 📍Scotland

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