Friday, July 31, 2009
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Thank you Klaus, Sandy, Ivar, Wren, Fishing Guy and Louise for hosting SkyWatch Friday. Friday’s are a time for us all to get together and look at each other’s sky photos from all over the world. If you want to join in you can click right here.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Watery Wednesday is a great meme created by 2sweetnsaxy. You can share your own photos or just enjoy looking at others from around the world if you click right here.
As we started out early and we were going by Amy's Cafe in Falmouth, we decided to stop in for breakfast. This is only our second visit as it's a bit of a ways from our house but I have already designated it a favorite stop-over place.
Guess what I had for breakfast? Actually, Gregg and I shared a plate as there was more than enough for two.
We came across these ladies making their way across the bridge. From their clothing I immediately thought that maybe they were from Ghana, as it reminded me of the traditional clothing I have seen when watching anything about that country on the TV. I wish I knew what their story was, where they were from and where they were going. They seemed very friendly, a car honked a friendly hello and they all waved back laughing and smiling. The lady in front had a baby strapped to her back carried in some kind of hammock. Safe journey my friends.This is a barn we have been passing for years but it was the first time I have taken a photo. It looked like a scene out of the nursery rhyme, the Cat and the Fiddle, where the cow jumps over the moon, except that looks very much like a pig with the cow don't you think? I often wonder what the story of that mural is. Maybe next time we drive by it and we see someone, we will stop and ask.
Thank you Klaus, Sandy, Ivar, Wren, Fishing Guy and Louise for hosting My World. You can see other ‘My World’ photos or join in and share your own by clicking right here.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
There was no wall at the back of the cottage but it was sectioned with crossed beams from floor to ceiling, with enough space in between each beam so that you could look inside but not touch.
.... and loved the rabbits. One nice thing about visiting places like these is that it gives me a few ideas of what I would like to put in my own garden.
TODAY'S FLOWERS is a wonderful meme created by Luiz Santilli Jr. and is managed by Luiz, Laerte Pupo, Valkyrien and myself. I have a lot of fun looking and learning about flowers from around the world. Click right here to visit TODAY"S FLOWERS. The link opens every Sunday at 2.00 p.m. (GMT).