Lily of the Valley flowers in a pot in the garden. As spring moves towards summer every year this pretty little white flowers bloom in a pot in our garden. Always a welcome sight, we do watch for them to appear. In fact, this year, they have self-seeded to the point where we will need…
First flower. It’s spring!
A spot of red in the green leaves and buds. .
As you approach the town of Cobh, across the waters of Cork Harbour, St Colman’s Cathedral totally dominates the skyline.
A breaking wave in the sunrise light, with spray in the air. Great morning view at Umdloti in kwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Part of the Durban Skyline, looking back from the new pier at the Bay of Plenty. Amazing how much is still there from 40 years ago.
Camden – cranes and boats. And a tree. The view from a pub in Camden Market looking at new developments contrasting with the boats & stalls.
Travelling on the Underground in London I spotted this artistic Marble Arch station sign. A different approach welcoming us to Marble Arch.
A bit of London Skyline from the Thames
Golden hour and we are in Camden Market after a great London day trip. What better way to end the day than a drink overlooking the canal.
The sun rising from the seat at Umdloti on the Kwa Zulu – Natal Coast in South Africa. Ships are silhouetted and hidden in the morning mist.
That’s the entrance to Marylebone Station from London, taking you out to Aylesbury and the surrounding area, or as far as Snow Hill in Birmingham. Travelling via Bicester or Banbury we normally arrive in and depart from London via Marylebone, so we know the station pretty well. From Marylebone the underground delivers us quickly to…
Who knows what the English weather is doing. Who cares. A bit of sun and there’s a braai on the go, with homemade boerewors and plenty more.