I have stated previously that…
our Christmas Tree brings back…
more treasured memories each year…
as we collect more decorations…
from places visited.
No matter how much…
Maggie pleaded not guilty…
to the charge of digging in the garden…
we were very dubious that she was telling the truth that day.
Prior to visiting some York friends we were told of
Perhaps not quite what was expected for the challenge,
however as Shambles also refers to a butchers slaughterhouse…. 🙂
Maybe in Old York this was the home of butchers.
Perhaps still is!‘
Google suggests that “The Shambles“ is a general term
for a maze of twisting, narrow lanes.
The lane actually called ‘The Shambles’, is perhaps
the best preserved medieval street in the world.
The Shambles was mentioned in
the Doomsday Book of William the Conqueror in 1086.
Orange stills for Sunday.
Geraniums in York.
A Witch’s Hat in Banff.
A surfboard at Torquay.
Pegs on a clothesline.
Street lights from York also Brugge…
Street light reflecting on Corio Bay, Geelong.
Sepia streets lights at Geelong’s…
Eastern Beach car park in May, 2018.
Row is a peculiar word…isn’t all the English language?
Depending on context and pronunciation,
it can mean…
propelling a boat manually through/across water, or
a line of things.
rows of Redboats in the background
I don’t own shares in Woollies,
but a supermarket is a great place for rows of trolleys.
the same Victorian town.
Some of Geelong’s Bollards, lined up to save lives.
Rows of seats in my local movie theatre.