Rocks at Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, South Wales 1-3 October 2013 – Natural texture, colour and pattern in sedimentary rocks (Carboniferous limestone cliff outcrop with lichen and biofilm). Looking through my archived photographs during the third Covid 19 lockdown since the start of the pandemic.

5 Replies to “Rocks RBGSW 1-3”

  1. Good thing you kept these in your archives. Good to see them now. I’m sorry to hear about your third lockdown. I’m hoping we won’t have a second one; we’re easing up now in our community, but how long will it last?

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  2. Thank you, Linda. It has been tough for so many people for almost a year now because of all the restrictions to prevent the spread of the Covid virus. I had my first vaccination three weeks ago (which is good and positive); and the government has planned a gradual way out of the lockdown (provided that the new Brazilian variant does not cause too many problems); but it will be many months before safe and free travel is possible beyond each person’s local area. So archive-exploration, instead of making new discoveries to photograph in different places, is almost the only action possible right now. I know that you have been doing much the same.

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  3. Yes, I have. Part of the reason I haven’t gone far is the weather. My camera doesn’t work well below freezing, and neither do I. The weather forecast is for warmer weather this weekend, and I plan to go out then. Even though I have gotten both doses of the vaccine, the hardest part of the pandemic for me remains not being able to spend time with people in a “normal” way. I miss my kids, who live in different states, and I miss sharing meals with others in my community. Fall has just got to be better.

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