Six word Saturday

Where do we go from here?

But best of all, the sparkle of water

Life is a little more restricted this weekend, but these were Found in the Neighbourhood. Hope you have a good one! See you Monday, with a walk.

Six Word Saturday



  1. How poignant, Jo! Where DO we go from here? My first thought was that here in the States we’re on the cusp of a much-needed political sea change. The path ahead may be rocky, but we sure are ready! Gorgeous photos. I love “Down the Lane.” πŸ™‚ ~Terri

    1. It seemed to fit with the Lens Artist’s photo challenge this week, Terri, and I often have local shots that I don’t really use. Thanks for your lovely company πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  2. delightful images of your beautiful neighborhood, Jo. and i’m so in love with your ever blue skies! thanks for sharing. love the drama of the b/w!

  3. Your neighbourhood is always beautiful – in any colour any time of the year, Jo. Yes…where do we go from here? Wishing you a serene weekend.

  4. You’ll always go the distance, Jo. Thankfully, you seem to have some lovely walks in your area. The lock down is getting irksome now. I try not to be silly and complain about it: there are enough people doing that but it’s no one’s fault and at least governments are trying to do what’s right even fi they don’t always get it right. I do miss my family though and it doesn’t get any better as Christmas approaches. Keep well and keep safe.

    1. I’m trying hard to keep my mind away from the big C, Mari. I can’t go there without getting emotional. I may need your company in the weeks ahead. Thank you! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    1. Exactly so! Great to have you stop by for breakfast. Just made coffee and there’s Greek yogurt and muesli. Probably not to your taste but the company’s ok πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ I never did get to respond, but I will. Always with a hug, Meg!

      1. Almost lights out time now. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ I’m just catching up on the day’s comments with a naughty consoling glass of red. I spent the evening at Marie’s, watching a certain tennis player with whom you have no patience. Cheers, m’dear! Much too early for you to raise a glass.

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