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A Winter’s Stroll

Hey Everyone!

Hope you’re all doing well and keeping warm in this biting weather! Whilst it’s snowing outside, I’m sat here feeling quite grateful. Yesterday I managed to have a lovely walk around the grounds of Nostell Priory. It was one of those days where it’s crisp and fresh but the sun was peeking out behind the clouds. The complete opposite to today’s weather it seems!

It all sounds rather romantic. However, I’m a firm believer in needing beautiful scenery, fresh air and the opportunity to step back and recharge yourself. This was my opportunity to do just that.

I find being by water particularly calming and this was no different. It was quite nice seeing the ice sporadically spread across the ice. I also loved seeing the ducks and swans gracefully mooching across the lake.

Another thing I spotted was the vast variety of birds and squirrels. It all just felt rather tranquil. I’m embracing the thought that winter is nearly over and spring is surely on its way. The snowdrops were starting to make an appearance; surely a sign that spring is approaching us.

I wanted to share this with you because I wish that you all have a moment to yourselves to enjoy the simple things, to recharge, as I have. Blow those cobwebs away and breathe it all in. I feel recharged and ready for the next week ahead.

Big love xxx

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“From that moment on, the world was hers for the reading. She would never be lonely again.”

20 thoughts on “A Winter’s Stroll

  1. I enjoy the same things when I walk, however, I would add mountains to my list. Something about water and mountains is calming to me. I love the pictures today and I hope your cobwebs are blown away.

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    1. Ah I’m so thrilled you can relate! I don’t think I’ve ever been near a mountain really but I’m sure you’re absolutely correct. I just think we all need time to regroup. Thanks for stopping by and appreciating my snaps. X

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