I ventured outside a few times during the day to look for some images to shoot. Each time I turned back. The rain was heavy enough to drive into the camera. I’m not too comfortable using an electronic device - the camera - in the rain for fear of the water damaging it.
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Just to record that it did indeed rain, he ’tis on the windscreen as I left work.
Water was flowing at Burying Ground Creek. Not much, mind you, but enough to flush the silt into the water to give it this muddy brown colour.
A creekside flower (or weed?)
A large old tree leans over the road.
The remains of several large old trees stand guard over the one still living.
With the “leaning tree”on the left, here we look back down the road in the direction from which I’ve just come.