Saturday, 25 February 2017

10 Days, Several Walks & 2 Medieval Barns Later…

… I finally get around to posting another blog! Spotted this on the first of our almost daily walks (these days, only the lovely British winter weather occasionally deters us from stepping out for a decent perambulation)
 At the front of the same flats, we spotted this risque pairing of showroom dummies and a gargoyle.
 Pulteney Bridge view.
 A great name for a garden design company!
UWE student union sign. 
 At the end of Perfect View walk at sunset.
On Green Street in Bath. 
 On the road to Prior Park Garden Centre.
 In our back garden (Su has also featured these lovely hellebores on Facebook).
A visiting cat - soon to leave us as his owners have just sold their house. 
Great tree bark.
 A frog who had been hiding in the wood pile temporarily located in our front garden.
My first ever attempt at baking a cake (after sampling...) 
After icing and lemon zest. 
 Pulteney Weir in full flow.
 Atop the Bog Island statuary, we'd never noticed these two before.
 Art, darling…
A very small place… 
Storm Doris view. 
Walking under the railway bridge along the river at Bradford-on-Avon.
Anti-rough-sleepers rocks? 
The roof of the Tithe barn at Barton Country Park 
 A magnificent structure indeed!
 Painted doves on this dovecote!
 At Lacock Abbey today, again alongside the river Avon - very ecclesiastical looking bridge design
Art at Lacock Abbey, former home of William Fox-Talbot, the early British photographer.
A might tree no more. 
Lacock Abbey in all its magnificence 
 Lacock barn view #1 - 14th century building skills on view.
 Barn view #2

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