Six Word Saturday: Decidedly damp day in East Sussex

Yesterday, Wivi (My Guily Pleasures) and I met up in a very rained-upon Lewes…..

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Seen from the restaurant window (we were glad to be in the warm and dry!):

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Even the flowers looked bedraggled:

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It wasn’t all bad though, the rain eased off later and we had a very pleasant wander, to be shown in another post…..

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46 comments

  1. That looks so familiar, it could be in Norfolk!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I love meeting fellow bloggers and I’d love to give Harvey’s a try! Keep dry.

    janet

  3. The shot with the man and the brolly is terrific – light at the end of the dark weather tunnel – so beguiling that low-lit interiors shop.

  4. I like that one too. 🙂 (and I thought it was a guy!) Vivi says no umbrellas will be allowed when we meet up next year. It’s a long walk for me… 😦

  5. I really enjoy the differences between your photos and Wivi’s. The whole mood is different and yet you we both in the same place at the same time. The first one is magnificently composed. I’m still trying to figure out whether you with your genius captured the three figures in the arches as they walked past!

    I hope so much that I get to meet up with you two in Warsaw in June – green bottles in reverse!

    • Sue

      Ah, well for this post I did the rained on stuff, next time some slightly less sodden images…. As for the guys on the mural, they weren’t going anywhere in a hurry!!!
      Love your green bottles in reverse, very good! Really looking forward to meeting you, Meg

  6. Fantastic images, Sue … love the one with the man in alley …. brilliant.

  7. The flowers do look as though they are struggling a bit; I do like your response to Six Word Saturday.

  8. Have always fancied a day in Lewes.

  9. poppytump

    The skies must be completely empty by now … nicely drenched photos Sue ! No quenching the good time you had with Viveka by all accounts 🙂

  10. I love Lewes and the weather doesn’t matter when you have good company 🙂

  11. Captured the damp, dreary day in the photos Sue. But I’m sure the company and conviviality warmed the cockles of both your hearts.

  12. The primulas look so pretty in the rain. Glad the weather brightened up for you later. 🙂

  13. Definitely looks rather soppy out Sue. Beautiful drops on the purple though. Hope you had a nice warm lunch. 🙂

  14. We stayed at home, that day! Lewes is a place we’ve visited before and we are looking forward to getting to know it better.

  15. I see it’s still raging, with occasional lapses, but what a fun day out for you both!

  16. I’m glad the rainy weather is finally over (maybe I’m a bit too optimistic) and that we can enjoy a bit of sunshine, it was about time !

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