Sue (Mrs C) and I have just come back from a week in my hometown, Pickering in North Yorkshire. It was a welcome break, and quite novel for us to be able to stroll into town and pop into the shops or a cafe.
Of course, I took a few snaps to try and capture the place for you.
Now that things are opening up a little more, Mrs C and I decided on a trip to town, so we visited Newton Abbot.
One of the effects of the lockdown is that it has made me look at things afresh, and since the streets were definitely much quieter than before the lockdown, there was plenty of scope for wandering around taking photos.
The result was that I noticed things I’d often walked past without much of a glance.
It’s bluebell time here in Devon, and like many locals, Mrs C and I like to visit the small woodland called Shaptor Wood.
The day was a little cooler than we might’ve hoped for, but it was a beautiful walk, with a sea of bluebells stretching out beneath the forest’s pale-green leaves of spring.
Lottie enjoyed it too.