Sticking with the archive while I’m still traveling in the US, this one’s from September 2006.
This one, like the last post, is also from September, 2006.
Just before we got to Waverley Abbey with our US guests I saw this view of the River Wey. Gorgeous!
From La Petite Ceinture we walked on to the Bois de Boulogne, a large park in Paris’ 16th arrondissement.
Cooling off was just part of the fun at last weekend’s carnival in the Gostrey Meadow.
Reflections in the River Wey were particularly lovely on this North Downs Way walk back on the 10th of June. (Click images to see larger; if viewing this in email you may need to click the post title first to open it in a browser.)
Saturday, the 27th, my wife and I walked around St Ives, a pretty seaside town, formerly focused on fishing it is now a popular seaside resort and thriving arts community.
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Continuing on our way from Mullion we progressed from Predannack to Lizard. Here is a set of mostly unremarkable holiday snaps that hopefully conveys the beauty of the area and the riot of colours we encountered. (If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.)
Our final day of the group walking tour (26th May) we started from Mullion Harbour, shown here, and walked past Predannack to the Lizard, the southernmost point in the country, before circling back to Mullion. The first picture shows the harbour from atop a nearby hill but we actually started from inside the walls and you can see the beautiful clear water in the 2nd shot (if viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger). Then we climbed up and out and were on our way.
The walk along the coastal trail yielded a profusion of colour from orange lichen to pink flowers, green algae, and lovely, clear, cyan and blue waters. If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.
Our last view of Margate in the sunny afternoon.
After seeing Grayson Perry’s Posh Cloths at Victoria Miro, we took a longish walk along the Regent’s Canal. It was one of those variable weather days where, at times, it would be sunny and warm, then cloudy and grey. Both were lovely.
Two shots of Carron Pond in Farnham Park, one converted to black and white, the other left in full colour.