I have a liking for the walk along the promenade at Morecambe, especially the stretch from the Battery to Heysham village. The concrete seats and tables always catch my eye, I can never quite decide whether they are really for use or for decoration. Whenever I sit at one of them I half expect to be chased off by an irate gallery attendant. https://exploremorecambebay.org.uk/ https://www.visitlancashire.com/explore/morecambe-bay Other Links. https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00TKGBNYM https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1/sets
Saturday had been busy so Sunday had to be quiet. One of my favourite locations for loosing myself or forest bathing as I understand its now called, are the Terraced Gardens at Rivington. Once the site of Lord Leverhulme’s weekend retreat.
S So far so good, Mr Bluesky hasn’t turned up yet but Mr. Rainyday is also absent. I haven’t been to Sheffield in a while so there’s always the acclimatization period while I wander around more aimlessly than normal while I remember where everything is. See what’s still around and what’s disappeared. I like a town or city that still has the quirky, off the beaten track corners. Sheffield has […]
Right, it’s a Saturday morning. I have that camera with me and a bag of fruit pastilles. The day is mine. I like the air of expectation on a big station, especially in a morning, before the rush, when everything is starting to come to life and fall into place.