Power kites are so much fun!
Whenever Jon sees an empty beach and feels a good breeze then the kite bag comes out and the dogs get excited. I become the photographer and the Continue reading “#WordlessWednesday”
When all is good with the world 🙂
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I do love unusual clocks.
This unusual clock called The Hastings Clock stands proudly in Rotherham and was erected in 1912 to commemorate the Coronation of King George V & Queen Mary on 22 June 1911.
I did wonder what the relevance of the hooves were under the large planter.
After doing a little research I came across this blog called ‘Memorial Drinking Fountains’ which explained it wasn’t only a clock tower, but also a drinking fountain.
The large planter was a drinking receptacle for horses, (hence the hooves). There are smaller planters around the other side which were water fountains for the people of Rotherham to enjoy a drink of water.
If you fancy popping over to the ‘Memorial Drinking Fountains blog, click Here
I think it’s a beautiful clock and drinking fountain, what do you think?
They’re here somewhere…
A Poem of a different kind, taken while cruising past Knottingley
The Full Moo – This beautiful boat is an Ice-cream shop 🙂
The Ice-cream seller cruises around York on the River Ouse selling ice cream to boaters and people on the banks. Isn’t this a fantastic idea? 🙂