Hello there! I still have this unresolved problem with Blogger not updating my posts but hey ho no time to dwell on it. Better to post and see who leaves a comment!
On Easter Sunday the weather was glorious. We thought what better than to have a picnic on the beach. We headed for the beach at Beer and from there we drove onto Branscombe.
En route though I asked the OH to stop the car so that I could take some photos of the primroses in the hedgerows - literally thousands of them and a sure sign of Spring. Looking out of the study window as I type this I'm not so sure - it's desperately trying to snow!
The fields were full of sheep.
Is this "The Sheep Kindergarten".
Glorious Devon views and not far from our base here.
I suddenly spotted this pylon and one of our Photography Course home works, which I hadn't attempted was - Lines. So the OH was asked once again to "Stop the car!" He is very tolerant of me and my hobby!
There is beauty in everyday objects.
Another "Stop the car" moment.
I thought that he had been patient enough when I saw this tree which looked like some form of alien monster, so I took this photo from the car - you can see the heaters reflected in the car window which makes it look surreal.
The OH agreed that this tree looked too good a photo opportunity to miss and so the car was stopped once more.
And once again before we arrived at our destination.
Finally, a glimpse of the beach at Beer.
Moving to Branscombe ...
And then on the way home, you guessed it - "Stop the car!"
I like experimenting with black and white photography.
We took the back roads or aka the scenic route on the way home and came across a village called Colyton. The Church looked impressive and so the car was stopped once again for us to visit the Church - it was Easter Sunday after all. The photos will feature on my next post.
Until next time,