Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Union Jack on Holiday

Union Jacks being flown at the entrance to Port Haverigg Holiday Park to welcome the residents.  There was a discussion at the time Scotland was voting whether to become independent of the United Kingdom what our national flag might look like without the St Andrews Cross on it and a number of possible designs produced.  As it never happened no need to buy fresh flags, yet.

Lets take a walk down the road
To the Lighthouse
and something unexpected may be seen outside one of the holiday homes which overlook the Hodbarrow Lagoon.  A miniature lighthouse, complete with little door, cottage and boathouse made with beach pebbles. Our artist has also included a windmill. Perhaps the miller and the lighthouse keeper go to the
 little church across the path on Sundays.  It doesn't show up too well on the photograph but the snaking sign says, or should I say hisses, "Pleeesse Water'. A plea to the unheedful gardener?

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

9 comments:

Norma Ruttan said...

I love the miniatures.

carol l mckenna said...

What a beautiful post and great photos! lovely walk with you ^_^

Wishing you a magical week,
artmusedog and carol

Hildred said...

I miss the Union Jack here in Canada - the Maple Leaf is relevant, but not traditional...

Roger Owen Green said...

the Union Jack is a grand design.

ROG, ABCW

Melody Steenkamp said...

Thank you for taking me along this trip ;-)

The miniatures are really wonderful !

Have a nice abc-day / - week
♫ M e l ☺ d y <abc-w-team)

Anne Sharp Bloomberg Ferguson Blasio said...

incredible.

Powell River Books said...

Unique rock sculptures. - Margy

Leslie: said...

What a beautiful spot! I, like Hildred above, miss the Union Jack here in Canada. I know the maple leaf is distinctive, but I do appreciate our connection to the United Kingdom.

Leslie
abcw team

Indrani said...

Loved the little garden ornaments. They are so beautifully made.
Good take on 'U'.