Sometimes all you need,
to induce a smile
We’re on holiday in Fernie, Canada at the moment, enjoying the snowboarding season, but have you noticed anything from these photo’s?
Where is everyone? Continue reading “#WordlessWednesday – Where is everyone?”
I thought the formations of these trees on my dog walk yesterday were amazing, and although it was such a still day, you can guess which way the wind normally blows, can’t you?
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Whilst wandering around Kielder Forest last weekend, we came across these guys, but were they carved out of trees or made of plastic?
We had to get really close to make sure. We did a little knocking and staring, but it didn’t take us long to realise they were definitely wood carvings – So glad they weren’t plastic! Continue reading “#WordlessWednesday -Wood Carving or Not?”
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 – Power Kites”
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.
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I think it’s a beautiful clock and drinking fountain, what do you think?