Going out

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  1. ColinA

    ColinA Well-Known Member

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    Do you think it is OK to go to a nearby churchyard and take photos at the moment, now we are allowed to go to places? :sceptical:
     
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    I would say yes. The fresh air and exercise will be good for you and, as long as you keep 6' 6" away from folk, you should be fine. :)

    Erm.... Those in the graves don't count in the 6' 6" equation ;)
     
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    Also a yes here. We have been out for long walks in the peaks, waving to someone across the field equates to social distancing:D. The fresh air is needed for your well being so the government says
     
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    Some of our graveyards are still closed and only open for funerals and appointments, so check first, otherwise I am sure it would be fine.:angel:
     
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    Armed with my trusty camera, I've been visiting a local churchyard every week. Not a living soul in sight.
    Then spent the rest of the week loading the photos onto Find A Grave.

    It's a great way to enjoy the sunshine - but beware! No-one seems to be doing the "gardening" - the nettles are waist-high.
    Not the place for shorts & sandals.;)

    Jane
     
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