Some local water
The local youth obviously do the same things we used to do when young!
A fisherman in the River Almond in the centre of Livingston.
Deans Reservoir or "The Ressy" as it used to be called locally.
The loch in the Dundas Estate between Kirkliston & South Queensferry.
The loch in the Dundas Estate again. The Spring colours in the late sunshine were amazing. There's an Atlantic Great Cormorant sitting in the tree digesting its' meal, they go through a scary amount of fish per day.
Spring is a great time of year - I look forward to it all winter, then it goes, summer comes and all too quickly it's Autumn. David understood the passing of time and the transience of Spring and its' flowers. He put his hope in God, not in better weather!
Psalm 37 A psalm of David.
1 Don’t worry about the wicked
3 Trust in the LORD and do good.
5 Commit everything you do to the LORD.
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