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A Walk Around Starmers Pit

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  1. prior.. says:

    serene, calm – and fresh! that is what this post felt like M

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    1. Mick Talbot says:

      Serene and calm, for most of the time, however, the regular roar of trains travelling up and down the concealed track obscured by the hedge on the west bank, must disturb the tranquillity of the pit. below the surface. Mind you, I don’t doubt that the fish would be well aware of them approaching long before us humans. Many thanks for dropping by, your kind comment too.

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      1. prior.. says:

        Oooo
        That was a rich reply my friend
        And your words about the train made me feel the rumble
        And sometimes – sometimes!
        The sound of a rain is soothing and brings a mood
        But roar is a choice word.
        Couple years ago we were downtown and under a train đźš‚ roaring above on an overpass and it was thunderous!
        My body felt it!
        Loud
        And roaring
        And from the photo you’d never know what lies beyond!
        Reminds me of people I know –
        Ha jk

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    1. Mick Talbot says:

      Wont be adding the fish again. More bug’s, fungi, and space permitting, flora.

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