Here in parts of the U K we are having an Indian summer,this a selection of photos I have taken in the glorious West Country, at home and away.
Warm temperatures mean sea mist
This is the reason that I always pick up discarded fishing line.
The following away photos were taken in Brixham Devon which I have blogged about before.It is a busy fishing port which recently featured in a 10 part SKY ATLANTIC series. The narrow back streets were once the haunt of smugglers ,but they must have been very fit.
I was able to resist searching through these boxes JUST.
This shop selling carved wooden items has been there for years ,but I have never seen the owner sat outside before.Perhaps the presence of TV camera crews may have something to do with it.
October 1st and record breaking temperatures,it was great to see so many family's enjoying the beach.
As I am not a sailor I was not out with my husband in one of the distant yachts He and a friend were out for seven hours but as there was little wind did not travel far,
The ferries that cross the bay were packed
And Wilson found a lady friend called Lucy to swim with , this is Lucy's owner trying to persuade Wilson to give him the ball.
Over at LMM there is a photographic prompt RED
so off I went and in a very short time I had taken these.
We used to call people like this Men of the road,I hope I am not doing him an injustice,but he did seem to have some very strange belongings.
We had a detour on the way home today as my Husband had bought 4 wheels+ tyres from EBay,as his car had failed the MOT.
We had to travel down to Cornwall which is a beautiful part of Britain ,this added about 100 miles to our journey home which was not great on such a hot day. We did not get near the coast but we were up on the moors and at one point we were surrounded by wind turbines all motionless and silent.
and when we eventually got home another flash of red when my husband cut the grass.
I will finish with some cards I made last week
I would also like to thank everybody who sent me Birthday Wishes.