236/365 – Hay fields


Well, my Olympic tickets haven’t arrived yet 😦 I was very excited waiting for the postman this morning but sadly he didn’t bring me my goodies. Still, there’s always tomorrow. I hope they don’t take too long to arrive. I must apologise now because I’m sure some of you might have gotten a little bored of hearing about the Olympics all the time. Now I’ve got tickets, I expect I’ll be writing even more about it. Erm, sorry about that.

Anyway, it’s been a quiet day really and I had an enjoyable lie in. I didn’t actually have anything to do today so I spent some of it updating my website and the like until it decided it didn’t want to play anymore and then I had to give up.

I did however, find a beautiful image I took yesterday whilst we were on our way back from Bridgnorth on the Severn Valley Railway. I love the colours in it; the sky, the beautiful yellows of the hay and the purple of the flowers that line the bottom of the image. Considering I took this out of the train window whilst it was travelling along, I’m quite pleased with it.

“Whatever kind of seed is sown in a field, prepared in due season, a plant of that same kind, marked with the peculiar qualities of the seed, springs up in it.”
– Guru Nanak

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