Monday, 3 March 2014

Unexpected Blue Skies, New Bus Stop and Victoria Park.

An unexpectedly sunny morning, albeit interspersed with occasional downpours.
Went over to Claremont, where I  saw this grand Victorian pile (dated 1897).
A new bus stop on Claremont with the assembly instructions still left taped to the noticeboard. 
It is now a very posh bus stop, with more efficient shelter and much more comfortable seating. 
Later on, I took Bella for a walk on the Golf Course above Victoria Park, where she was very happy after she found this fragment of a ball.
In Victoria Park, the daffodils were out in profusion. 
Spotted on a tree trunk - an arboreal acid house sticker.
Heather out in big swathes. 
Lovely bark on this shrub. 
I liked the way that the setting sun caught the windows at the back of Marlborough Buildings. 
Sun setting made dramatic scenes over the golf course. 
Looking over Bath across the Sion Hill allotments to the old gasometer. 
This day a year ago, the weather wasn't brilliant but the blossom made up for that. 

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