Well, it's been a while!
We bought a house back in the UK where we both used to work and are now busy showing the children the sights of the North East of England, when we can drag them away from the wifi. There will some evidence of nice weather in future posts, but I have to say it is really cold on the coast here after Bangkok!
The weather has been a bit hit and miss. We have had some fabulous days and some absolute shocking weather too. The rain has meant that one needed to be creative to take interesting shots on some days.
The shot above is of Sally Port in Berwick and is a something that LS Lowery painted when he made one of his visits to Berwick in 1935. The far side of the buildings at the end of the lane face out onto the walls and the Tweed.
Just along is Dewars Lane. The building with the sloping sides used to be the (a?) granary and is now the Youth Hostel. Again, I was going for the satanic mills look.
... and a gain, but from a slightly different angle.
This will be a blog about my latest shots and what I liked or was trying to do with them
I am a teacher of Economics and have worked in various schools in Europe & Asia. One of the things I love doing is getting out and about with my camera.