This photo is being entered in Cee’s Photo Challenge: Diagonal Lines
I took it on a walk this afternoon. I went for a walk ‘with’ Cathy.
We walk together even though we are miles apart.
Past the field to the woods
where the blubells are just coming into flower
Cathy and I enjoy nudging each other to get out there, enjoying this beautiful Spring.
Joining in with Cee’s ‘Doors and Windows’
The photo isn’t great in quality as it was taken with my little Fuji pocket camera as we were scudding past on the way to a craft shop.
See our group below, marching ahead following our guide’s distinctive yellow hat, making her easy to see amongst the crowds
A little shop window spotted along the way, with a typically sweet window display……
and a street scene in another part of Tokyo, showing the narrow side street and the tangly telegraph wires that abound, all kept above ground because of their frequent earthquakes.
I’m entering this photo in Cee’s ‘Which Way’ Wednesday Challenge.
It was taken last year on a gloriously wonderful visit to Bateman’s, the home of the author of the Jungle Book, Rudyard Kipling.
If anyone asked me what or where they should visit if they only had a limited amount of time and wanted to soak up English heritage, Bateman’s would be at the very top of the list.
It is the singularly most peaceful and beautiful home I have ever visited. A delight and a joy.
The picture above is only the tiniest glimpse.
A slight deviation from the Wednesday Walk-Along this week, and linking in with Cee’s Which Way Challenge :”Welcome everyone to Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. This challenge subject is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, we move from one place to another on. You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride them, as long as the way is visible. Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.”
My entry, an archway behind the wonderfully welcoming Bed and Breakfast I stayed in, The Gables, in Weobley, Herefordshire. This photo was taken back in the spring and the early morning light on the spring green weeping willow leaves captured my eye and drew me in to explore the garden beyond. (if you double click on the photo you can see the garden a little more clearly)
I will return to this beautiful place!