Farm land meets the sea

Farm land meets the sea

Culzean Bay, West Coast of Scotland

Last glimmers of light

Last glimmers of light

Wouldn’t have seen this, but the dog needed a walk

In coming tide & Storm forming.

In coming tide & Storm forming.

Time to go, if they come!

Spout it out…

Plugs eye view of a Tap spout…

Rocking Robin

I do like from time to time, to capture in picture, visitors to my garden.     This cheeky busy Robin hasn’t quite mastered landing on this feeder.  This Robin and its mate are frequent visitors, getting a picture is a bit of a job.  Iv’e managed to capture the Robin in flight, as best as I can.  Hope you like…

Cant wait to see this Robins offspring sometime soon!

We are the Mod’s

Brighton.  Famous for being a seaside resort, two pier’s, the Graham Greene novel “Brighton Rock”, Fish & chip’s, sticks of rock.  Mods and Rocker’s (Quadrophenia) and much more!

View of The Brighton Pier, formerly ” The Palace Pier”, through the bikes…

Waiting to get into Brightona, the Motor Bike and Scooter Rally.

Vintage Lambretta’s and Vespa’s together looking fine…

More lights and chrome…

Hope you enjoyed the Scooter’s, “I love them”.  These vintage models make my modern Scooter look like a toy.  My neighbour in the 60’s when I was a small lad, had a Lambretta and he used to take me up and down the road on the back.  No helmets then!

Next time, I will throw a few Motor Bikes into the mix…

It’s Canine Time!

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Hove Beach!  “Mac the Jack” enjoying what he does best.

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Waiting, not moving an inch, stalking a Wood Pidgeon.  Check out the Spurs on his heals…

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Classic, Queen Anne Legs…

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What an Angel!  Don’t be fooled…

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Poser…

Can’t help it, just love Jack’s.   You either love them or hate them…

A young “Mac the Jack” handsome lad…

The “Jack”, parked up on the scooter…

Glasgow Coat-of-Arms.

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What a little gem this Glasgow crest is.  My interest not just being the amazing Fountain, my point of interest ,being the Crest embedded into the earthenwere brickwork on “The Doulton Fountain” at the People’s Palace, Glasgow Green.  The Fountain was devised by A. E. Pearce of Messrs Doulton for the 1888 International Exhibition in Kelvingrove.  After it was presented to the City by Sir Henry Doulton, it was re-erected where it stands today.

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This Crest magnificently built into facade above the entrance to The People’s Palace.  The design embedded in to the Crest say’s,

Here’s the Bird, that never flew,

Here’s the Tree, that never grew,

Here’s the Bell, that never rang,

Here’s the Fish, that never swam.       It is said that there is a another line.    That’s jist the drunken Salmon!

Should you get the chance, pay this part of the East of Glasgow a visit, well worth it.

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Walking through the back of the “Barra’s” heading towards Glasgow Green, I stumbled across this modern addition of the Crest.