Walking 4 miles along the Thames near Cookham

Trust in the Lord with all your heart ; and lean not to your own understanding in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.

Proverbs 3 : 5,6

Just because God’s path is not understandable, doesn’t mean it’s not the right path.

A Sabbath walk in sunshine and a chilly wind with a thin line of the river Thames in the distance…
…we are getting closer on a downward path…
A tree with full shape and shadow near
…a swampy pool area with the Thames in the far distance accompanying the line of houses.
And then along the Thames at full width.
Glorious spring. Chinese Quince bloomimg on a large shrub on the wild side of the Thames.

Every path has its puddle.

English Proverb

Pursue some path however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.

Henry David Thereau

4 thoughts on “Walking 4 miles along the Thames near Cookham

  1. What a lovely walk. Great pics. Spring is there, lucky you. It’s getting cold here.
    ‘Every path has its puddle,’ 😁spot on! Never heard that proverb before.


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