Six Word Saturday: Just look at this fabulous view

Linked to Six Word Saturday over at Debbie’s site here Advertisements

Temporary

I appreciate a small plate of good cheeses and a delicious glass of wine…but they are all too temporary!: Linked to WeeklyPhoto Challenge here

Temporary

I appreciate a small plate of good cheeses and a delicious glass of wine…but they are all too temporary!: Linked to WeeklyPhoto Challenge here

Traces of the Past: Y3-10

A trace of a relatively recent past, abandoned in the 1960s: ‘The overhangingness and the staringness are unnerving’ Elizabeth Bowen, A time in Rome Linked to Thursday’s Special here

Traces of the Past: Y3-10

A trace of a relatively recent past, abandoned in the 1960s: ‘The overhangingness and the staringness are unnerving’ Elizabeth Bowen, A time in Rome Linked to Thursday’s Special here

As thin as paper…

I don’t recall the names of either of these fading beauties:

As thin as paper…

I don’t recall the names of either of these fading beauties:

Branches

Some branches of plants and trees seen in different gardens in November: Linked to Ailsa’s Travel Theme Branches here

Branches

Some branches of plants and trees seen in different gardens in November: Linked to Ailsa’s Travel Theme Branches here

Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge – Day 7

I have been invited by Ann Christine (Leya) to participate in the 7 day B&W photo challenge. The Rules are: • Seven days. • Seven black and white photos of your life. • No people .
• No explanation .
• Challenge someone

Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge – Day 7

I have been invited by Ann Christine (Leya) to participate in the 7 day B&W photo challenge. The Rules are: • Seven days. • Seven black and white photos of your life. • No people .
• No explanation .
• Challenge someone

Pleasure of Ruins / 8 Abbaye de Jumieges

One from about a decade ago, whilst journeying back in Northern France, the most imposing abbey of Jumieges. A most majestic 11th century ruin. I thought the structure was not dissimilar to Fountains, but alas in not such an isolated

Pleasure of Ruins / 8 Abbaye de Jumieges

One from about a decade ago, whilst journeying back in Northern France, the most imposing abbey of Jumieges. A most majestic 11th century ruin. I thought the structure was not dissimilar to Fountains, but alas in not such an isolated