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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Monday, 23 November 2009

A SHORT RESPITE PART TWO (20/11/09)

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The view from the van looking across Falmouth Bay and into Carrick Roads.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASt Keverne Parish Church, I spent some considerable time looking for a sign telling me which saint this church was dedicated to. A senior moment indeed! It could have been worse, had the vicar or verger been handy I would have asked, broadcasting my stupidity to the world......Come to think!!!

Lord knows what a cannon is doing in the church yard, not that sort of cannon, black frock and funny hat, the bang bang sort. On reflection, I expect the Lord does know.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA           Sheep admiring the truck, lit by the late afternoon sun.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA     This boat is about as far from home as it can get in England.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  The end of a glorious day.

The forecast for tomorrow is grim, storm force winds and heavy rain. So will most likely be van bound.

4 comments:

  1. Adrian, it was so wonderful to go 'on respite' with you! What beautiful, beautiful countryside/ seaside. More and more, I have a yearning to return to my homeland - especially to walk where my ancestors walked, to delve into their history etc. Take the cottage, for example - who lived there? How did they live and what did they do for a living? What type of social life did they have? What did they believe in? How can one not think of these types of things, especially when they are all laid out for us on your blog... ha!
    Hmmm... off to 'dream'...

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  2. A lovely batch of photographs Adrian you must be pleased with them. There is an award waiting for you on A&T Birding if you would like it.

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  3. So beautiful Adrian! I love the sheep - they look so cute and friendly! :o)

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  4. P.I. Thanks glad you enjoyed them.
    TMW,Lord knows what they did I would imagine quarrying. Suspect it belongs to a banker now.
    Trevor, thanks I'm pleased to get anything at the moment, many thanks for the award, will get around to sorting and catching up today.

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