An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, sojourning this week at K here
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
|Sailing by Harrington Harbour|
Flowers in July planted by the Church Road Youth Club in what one could loosly term a jaunty jardinière near the jetty, but now landlocked forever.
which came in little tin boxes and much larger ones for those with horsepower:-
|Photo from The Vintage Knitter's 'Tin of the Week'|
An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at J here
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
This heart shaped ivy growing in St Bees Churchyard caught my interest.
This is one of five vintage ice cream vans owned by the Real Dairy Ice Cream Company from the Wirral. It looks lovingly restored as it even has its make painted on the side - 1938 N1 - the distinctive shape of a Commer van. A British company that made post office vehicles, light vans, trucks, military vehicles and buses from 1905-1979. As part of the Rootes group it was taken over by Chrysler when it continued to made vehicles under the Dodge badge.
Time for an ice cream?
An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at I here.
Thursday, 6 March 2014
St Andrew's churchyard in Coniston at the moment. It is a churchyard with many interesting and ornate gravestones, mostly on the other side of the church to this view, but the star of the show at the moment are the flowers. No wonder John Ruskin opted for this peaceful place in the shadow of Lakeland hills to Westminster Abbey as his final resting place.
Tuesday, 4 March 2014
The 'Walking Women in Wind' (1986) seems to be doing just that.
People are taking tea on the terrace behind our couple, the overcast day meaning there was no requirement for sun shades and maybe why tea inside was the preferred option, but the view outside had attracted the hardy few.
|'Sitting Couple' on the Blackwell lawn overlooking Windermere|
An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at H here