ANOTHER YEAR BEGINS So, here we are… 2017, can you believe it? No, me neither. Anyway, now that 2016 is out of the way it’s time to focus on the year ahead. Which can mean only one thing: it’s time[…]
I found this old, abandoned telephone box in Burrowbridge. It has been re-purposed as a local community library. Quite a neat idea, I think.
Looking like something you might expect to find on a farm in Midwest America, I actually spotted this windmill in the heart of Somerset, England, at an RSPB Nature Reserve called Ham Wall.
This small door (probably no more than 4 feet high) is built into the side of a church. I have no idea why such a small door would be there… perhaps people really were so much small in centuries past?
Edward VII, the son and successor to Queen Victoria, was known by many as the playboy prince for his luxurious lifestyle. This statue can be found in Aberdeen.
This is the doorway to the Priest’s House, a tiny National Trust property on the Somerset Levels. The garden was very well kept, and inside it was a small but characterful house. On a few weekends throughout the year you[…]
This little cormorant spent a very long time hanging out like this, drying his wings (if that is, indeed, what he was doing). He didn’t like sharing his little stand with anyone else either. This shot was taken at[…]
I’ve never seen one of these impressive little birds before. It waited patiently on the branch for me to take its picture before flying off to who knows where.