Tuesday, 9 December 2014


When our tea pot came with a verdant cosy like this a photograph was called for.  It looked like something that would be used by a woodland elf. The Riverside Tea Room  in Ironbridge was a place we called in to more than once on holiday, not only for the tea, the cakes and the variety of tea cosies it is also attached to a crafts centre and I can spend hours in places like that.
Meanwhile down the road awhile this cat was keeping a look out for any construction vehicles
but this one was obeying the notice as it drove through the verdant suburbs of Jackfield.  As the quip goes "I love work and can sit and watch it all day" which is possibly why I like to take pictures of it. 
Being slightly nerdish I zoomed in to the vehicle on my computer, it turned out it was a special one, not the type or  make (Terex),  but the family company that owns it, McPhilips Construction celebrated their 50th anniversary in July this year. Their 250 staff enjoyed a day out but they also seem to have a more permanent commemoration of the anniversary with a '50' sign on the side of the vehicle.

An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at V here


Sheridan David Tanya-Page Raun said...

very homely images.

Jane Hards Photography said...

That tea cosy is incredible. Unusual v.

Hildred said...

A nice choice for these grey days, - love the cosy!

VioletSky said...

That is quite the cosy!!
Not sure if it is just laughable, or off-putting!

Roger Owen Green said...

verdant = green, like me!


Lea said...

Amazing tea cosy
Happy Wednesday!

Anonymous said...

Am glad you explained it was a tea cosy:) Now we finally unpacked almost all my art stuff in the new place, I saw the pastel I was (seems so long ago) working on - scene from your blog -but I probably won't get to it before Jan. because our son from Holland is coming home for a few weeks!

Nora said...

Interesting news on the street you visited.