Cee’s photo (linked above) is of a cityscape with a large building.
One of the large buildings near home is the parish church which is about 900 years old. (It has had much maintenance work done on it inside and outside over the centuries!) There are trees as in Cee’s photo and blue sky. Mine is a rural landscape.
Our first outing after lockdown relaxed was to Wray Castle near Ambleside in the Lake District. The castle itself was still closed, but the car park had some space (although it is rather pricey for non-members of the National Trust) and there are plenty of walks to choose from. It was a fine day. We took a picnic and met a member of our family, suitably socially-distanced, of course. It is advisable to check online for how busy car parks in the Lake District are, before setting out.
The circular walk we did took us to the lake (Windermere), along a path, up a hill and back through a village. We saw lots of wild flowers and some birds.
View from our picnic spot
An ancient alder
Alder tree and crow
Boat rides have restarted
Reflections in a pool
An old post
Wray Castle from the side
A photo of sheep I took has already appeared on Sue’s Trifles Paint Chip Poetrychallenge 28.