Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Winter walk under grey sky.

 Catkins a sign that Spring is not far away.


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At last you can just see the bridge through the trees.


The arches are more clearly seen now.


Across the old style and down stone steps.


Setts bridge so solid and attractive.

The bridge and weir so peacefuI with the sound of  rushing water,
 serenity, who could ask for more?

Back over the bridge 
 homeward bound feeling good after this lovely winter walk.



32 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

You are a lot closer to spring than here, we are waiting for that green to arrive soon.

CherryPie said...

Lovely photos of what looks like a very pleasant walk.

The Elephant's Child said...

Thank you. That was a truly gorgeous walk. I loved the bridge, and could almost hear the magic of the water.

Cuby said...

Out on the prairie: There are snowdrops on the grass too which are so pretty.

Cuby said...

CherryPie: It is a favourite of ours.

Cuby said...

The Elephant's Child:I am pleased that you could enjoy it with me,if only metaphorically.

Crafty Green Poet said...

that looks like a lovely walk, always wonderful to see the catkins

Al said...

I love that old bridge and stream - places like that bring me a wonderful serenity. Great shots!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Looks like quite a beautiful walk.

Gina Gao said...

This looks really great!

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Vintage Jane said...

Looks like just my kind of walk. I hope we can get to beautiful Cornwall for a bit of camping again this year ...

Cuby said...

Juliet: I love to see catkins too.

Cuby said...

Al: I love the bridge too.

Cuby said...

Lisa: You can why it really is a favourite walk.

Cuby said...

Gina Gao: Welcome. I am glad you like this.

Cuby said...

Vintage Jane: I feel privileged to live here and to know some secret spots. Hope you manage to get here and that the sun will shine for you.

Viola said...

Oh hello, comgratulations with your new looking blog! what an extraordinary beautiful heading!! =)

First I thought it was you, then I thought I came to somone's other blog I haven't been to before, and then I saw your portrait photo :))

Your blog is lovely! With many lovely photos! what an old beautiful bridge also!

:)

Cuby said...

Viola:Thank you so much for your lovely comments about my new look blog. So glad you enjoyed the photos especially the bridge.:)

Roy Norris said...

That is a lovely old bridge Claire.

Cuby said...

Roy: It is a favourite of ours.

Jim said...

Oh the signs of spring! Always giving us hope for what's ahead. Lovely photos here and I could almost hear the water rushing past.....thanks.

Cuby said...

Jim: I noticed catkins in my garden yesterday so lovely as I had never spotted them before.

Mitchell is Moving said...

So beautiful. I love the idea of your blog change. Your life in poetry!

Cuby said...

Mitch: I am so glad you like my change and I feel hopeful that this format will enable me to spread my creative wings.

upwoods said...

Thank you for sharing your winter walk. It actually looks quite spring-like to me since we're still in the grips of snow and blizzards.

Cuby said...

upwoods: Glad it looked like Spring to you Kathy the wind was keen and it was cold.

Hilary said...

What a gorgeous old bridge. Your spring is ahead of ours.. the catkins are being stubborn around here. And we haven't seen green grass for several months. So I thoroughly enjoyed the tromp over the bridge with you.

Cuby said...

Hilary: Spring has paused here as the weather has turned very cold I hope it is not for long.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots from the nature.

Cuby said...

Rajesh: Welcome here. I will post more photos for you to enjoy.

Kathie Brown said...

It is, indeed, a lovely walk! So happy to come along with you in words and pictures! Love the old stone bridge!

Cuby said...

Kathie: I am so pleased you came along.