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Sheep gazing out to sea along Slea Head Drive on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. When I was a teenager I visited Great Britain and Ireland and fell in love with the sheep. While in Scotland, I purchased two mini sheep … Continue reading
I’d seen this sign before, but today was the first time the sign meant what it says.
I can’t help but grin when I look at this picture. I hope it brings a smile to you as well.
Pulteney Bridge across the River Avon, Bath, United Kingdom. Pulteney Bridge, like the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy, is one of only a few historic bridges in the world with shops built into it. Although architecturally dissimilar (the Ponte Vecchio … Continue reading
Wastwater, Wasdale Valley, Lake District National Park, United Kindgom (April 2012). In 2007, an ITV television program named Wastwater as Britain’s favorite view after the public chose from four landscapes. Wordsworth described Wastwater as “long, stern and desolate.” I can’t say … Continue reading
While strolling through St. James’s Park in London, conveniently located just east of Buckingham Palace, I spotted a cluster of people near several long-necked, white birds. I assumed, incorrectly, that these big birds were swans. That was, at least, until … Continue reading
Goats Relaxing in Cheddar Gorge, Somerset, United Kingdom.
Broadway Tower, Worcestershire, United Kingdom. When I think of folly I think of foolishness, of mistake, of one big “oops.” So when I learned that Broadway Tower is a folly, I wondered what the owner, architect, or builder did that … Continue reading
Corfe Castle above Swanage Railway’s Corfe Castle Station, Dorset, United Kingdom. If Disneyland had a Yesterdayland, then it would be the domain of the Swanage Railway. Reading the brochure, I learned that the first train ran on the Swanage Railway … Continue reading