Granite pavement embellishment on the Stone Jetty, Morecambe.
There are number these whimsical bird plaques with beautiful lettering created by Gordon Young and Russell Coleman.
One of my favourite birds. A lapwing flying high with its cry of 'pee-wit' carrying on the breeze down to those of us earthbound. Look up in springtime and there may be something even better, a pair of lapwings dancing and tumbling through the air. In winter they might be spotted near to this Stone Jetty and the mudflats of Morecambe Bay. A bird whose numbers have sadly declined in recent times.
Baby boomer living on the coast of north west england who likes walking up hills and down dales but not necessarily in that order. Added value is a cold drink at the end with a frothy top.
Super power wished I had - ability to read at the speed of Star Trek's Data but until that happens my to be read pile keeps growing.