When bathing in the sea became popular in the 18th and 19th century, bathing machines such as this one were introduced to allow bathing in the sea with propriety. This […]
I had to go into Weymouth today for a meeting. Afterwards, I wandered down to the beach. It was a cold, crisp day but the sun was shining and there […]
Strange cloud effect at dusk over Hive Beach. Click to enlarge. This is post number 285 – which I notice is the exact number of posts over at my other […]
I realise I may have used up 9 days worth of photographs in one go here but I thought you might get bored of consecutive berry shots. The hedgerows are […]
When it rains heavily, it washes soil from the surrounding fields into the river with the result being it looks like strong tea running through the garden.
This photograph was taken on a grey day in Lyme Regis. The tide was out, the sky was overcast. I was going to convert it to black and white but […]
This is East Cliff, West Bay which is my nearest bit of coast. Click to enlarge….
I had planned to go for lunch with a friend today and then we were going to go for a walk. We went to Abbotsbury, a village on the coast […]
Severe weather warning issued by the Met Office for my neck of the woods tonight. Heavy rainfall, strong winds – must be summer in the UK…
It’s been a gloomy couple of days – August – rain, grey clouds – just what we are coming to expect as normal for August in the UK. Took this […]
I’ve always has a passion for Italy (as you may have noticed). This is Portofino, such a beautiful place. It’s not exactly been summery this August so I am starting […]
I went to my favourite beach at Burton Bradstock for dinner tonight at the Hive Beach Cafe. Really good fish restaurant, I had halibut on a bed of samphire – […]
Another Hipstamatic image, this one is the path that Milo and I walk along most days. the sky wasn’t nearly so dramatic and black as this but it makes a […]
Last post from Hampton Court Flower Show. It was very hot and humid in London and it has been exceptionally dry. The logistics of keeping all the flowers and plants […]
There are so many things to buy – everything from plants to garden tools, garden furniture, ornaments, sculptures even clothing, hats, jewellery and handbags and all manner of cute stuff […]
Another image from my first visit to Glastonbury in 2005. It’s a tribute to the music that I have returned ever since! As always, click to enlarge.