Hello, wonderful views and statues. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Loved seeing and reading all about the Northumbrian trip. If they were ever looking for an Ambassador…Cheers! Gail.
I like pictures the best, good to see a bit of your countryside.Merle............
Wonderful creative selection of great photography!Wishing you a Happy and Healthy Week ~ ^_^
I especially like the photo of the broken down boardwalk, pier, wharf (I'm no seaman!). Manufacturing across the way, but what was on this side, I wonder.
Wonderful! Is there a story about the one headstone? Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
Hari OmOnly the one the owner knows...
Oh that old graveyard looks interesting but Mum's favourite is the broken down old jetty. Good job Fudge!!
Number 3 is my favourite. Although I think that if you were to crop it, I would like it even better, because the background is quite busy as opposed to that beautiful foreground.
Hari OMAs the castle was the focus and the foreground only the pointer to it, cropping would have defeated the purpose of the shot... a thousand year old building still standing proud in the mists of time, watching a two hundred-year pier rot away. Yxx
I love the highlights of this place and I have a faible for old cemteries... do you know from what time the oldest stones are?
Hari OMIn this place, the oldest we spotted was from the late 1700s, though there was much damage on the stones so there may be earlier interments... Hope all in your crib are feeling healthy again!!! Yxx
You know me..I love the Lighthouse/Foghorn structure :-)!!
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