Sunday, 12 April 2015

The Nazareth Market



 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Over Easter the Nazareth Market came to town, and set up their stalls to sell their wares which closely resembled the wares that would have been sold in Jesus's time.
GOOD FENCES and SATURDAY'S CRITTERS

Saturday, 28 March 2015

An S for Anni's Challenge of Mission Impossible.





Although I'm on a break, and will be until after Easter, I accepted the initial challenge some time ago, so have made an exception today and am posting just one photo. When I accepted Anni's challenge to find my own initial in a photo, I never thought it would be so difficult. This is the best I could come up with. Perhaps if you follow the curve of the bubbles starting with the large bubble at the bottom, you will eventually find the rest of the S. It's not very clear I know, but it is there.
Hootin' Anni's Chronicles

Saturday, 21 March 2015

Toad in the Hole Continued.


Off he goes striding out with purpose.
 

Showing his cute little tail boné here!
 

He pauses for a second, and seems to feel around.
 

He has found his hole, so puts one leg inside.
 

Standing upright he starts to wiggle...
 

and wiggles!
 

He rests a little.
 

He starts to move again. He's quite a chunky little guy so it takes a while to get to where he feels comfy.
 

Nearly there!
 

Going...
 

Going...
 

Gone!
 
It was mesmerizing watching this little fellow conceal himself.I hope you have enjoyed watching him do it. I am linking up with Eileen on Saturday's Critters. Just click on the link to see more critters from around the world. I will be taking a break from blogging for a while, just to recharge the old batteries, but will be back with more captures when I feel rested.
SATURDAY'S CRITTERS

Thursday, 19 March 2015

Fences near the River.


Along the river there is this low stone wall with seating.
 

You can just see the river here.
 

Bottoms up!
 

This is the other side of the road.
 

 You can see a walkway in the distance which leads to the big park.
 

This is the walkway we use when we take Mel for a walk in the park.
 

Walkers and joggers alike make good use of it.
 

Geese and ducks are usually seen in the water or nearby.
 


 

The river is a good place to go fishing. The water is very clean, and has enough fish to make it appealing to the people who enjoy the sport.
 
If you want to see unusual or beautiful fences, railings or gates from around the world, just click on the Good Fences link which takes you to Theresa's blog, The Run A Round Ranch.
GOOD FENCES

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Guzzling Greenfinch



 


 
 



Greenfinch are notoriously greedy.They will stay at the feeders until every last seed has gone, and they have seen off all the other birds. I'm linking up with Stewart at Wild Bird Wednesday, and on Saturday with Annie at I'de Rather B Birdin at the Bird D'pot. Just click on the link to see many more birds from around the world. WILD BIRD WEDNESDAYS

I'D RATHER B BIRDIN

Thursday, 12 March 2015

The Church and nearby Fences.

Last week I showed you the park, and one view towards the church. Here are a few more fences, and images of the church which is also a monestry and art museum. I just walked over the road which is pedestrian only, and took these shots. Next week I'll show you the river.



 


 


 


 


 


 

GOOD FENCES
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