Post your most inspiring photos of nature #4

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Pics from my trip to the most southerly point of Scotland (Mull Of Galloway) earlier today.

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Beautiful, we went there too last year but our view wasn’t as good as yours. There was thick fog, we couldn’t even see 5 yards. So lovely in D&G, I loved it :sparkling_heart:

Yeah it’s a great place.

I was keeping an eye on the weather forecast for a few days before we drove down early this morning.

Had some alternative plans in mind if it got too bad.

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That’s what we should’ve done, checked the forecast :roll_eyes:

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Lake Balaton

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She’s still here keeping her eggs warm.
She looked so miserable the last few days with all the rain. I’m so happy she has sunshine this week.

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From the top of the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool today (the 8th largest cathedral in the world).

Beyond the urban sprawl, the River Mersey and Irish Sea- the gateway to England where my family arrived from Ireland a long time ago.

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I love Frosty.

This frosty was massive. I have a picture with the family beside it for size reference, but its not all that appropriate lol. Put it this way, they were calling it the botched plastic surgery snowwoman

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This is the field we play on that I maintain and improve every week. I spend a lot of time out here cutting grass and reflecting on my life and my journey and how sobriety has made it all possible.

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I love it here

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That’s beautiful!

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I love this :heart:
Thanks for sharing :pray:t2:
Just made it more real.

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The past few days whenever I start to feel too anxious I go outside to look at the nature. Take the horse around or go on a walk. It makes me feel hopeful.

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Mt Rainier in WA. My daughter and I hiked here and I was sober

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