Proliferated In The Last Month

On this fine spring morning we took a trip to Mudeford. Gulls lined up to welcome us as Jackie drove towards the quay. A pair of serene cygnets sailed across the calm harbour, while a hunched egret tried to pass itself off as a gull. Currents meeting on the open sea created spray-tipped turbulence towardsContinue reading “Proliferated In The Last Month”

“You Can’t Keep A Good Brit Down”

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED This morning we drove to New Milton to buy Jackie a bag to carry her overnight stay requirements for our trip to Bicester tomorrow. We then continued to Friars Cliff where we brunched in the Beach Hut Café. There are two rows of beach huts there –Continue reading ““You Can’t Keep A Good Brit Down””

Sunshine And Showers

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Knowing that we were to expect heavy rain all weekend, and that the first hour or two this morning would offer sunshine and showers, we drove out to Mudeford seeking what light there was. This proved to be interesting. The sun came and went, offering dramatic cloudscapesContinue reading “Sunshine And Showers”

Winter Quarters

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. THOSE IN CLUSTERS ACCESS GALLERIES THAT CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE. Fibre optic broadband installation takes place in the exchange, and we cannot obtain a projected time for the work. It could be as late as midnight. James Peacock will therefore bring the router tomorrow morning. So the uploading strugglesContinue reading “Winter Quarters”

Anticipation

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Early this morning Jackie drove me out to Mudeford Quay for a photoshoot. Neatly piled up are fishermen’s equipment, such as ropes and chains, and what I believe are crab pots, and marker buoys. It must have been the hazy heat that led us to water for theContinue reading “Anticipation”