On a visit to Kent yesterday to see our daughter and grandchildren, we went out to explore and find something to eat. We stopped at the lovely old town of Faversham and after parking the car, we walked through a market of antique stalls in the town centre and found a quaint tea shop to help ease the hungry pains. Faversham is full of interest, but we really didn’t have time to spare, we managed a rummage through the stalls and then back in the car to explore some more.
But of course the camera came out while the others were looking around and I found this wonderful water pump. The photo should have been changed to black and white for my people category, but I love the red of the pump and blue or pale green of the building, so colour it stayed.
This little row cottages are on a bend just before you get to Burnham Market in Norfolk, shot taken last summer. After the horrible cold dark grey of today, I fancied something pretty to look at. Spent most of the day trying to explore some churches, and every single one of them locked tight against all who would like to enter them. Again I had to make do with exterior shots, but the saving grace was a church ruin, that we came on quite unexpectedly and a couple of new villages signs.
This for me, is a must when we visit Bath in Somerset, having a meal in the Pump Rooms next to the Cathedral….. I just love it. Someone is normally playing the piano and its just a lovely experience…….although my other half did tell me to stop taking photos and I only put the camera away after he had taken a quick photo of me :)
Thought it would be a good one for my Occupation Category – Diners
On a quick visit to Bath in Somerset, southwestern England in 2013, all I managed was a few shots of the exterior of the cathedral and this was really the best one……I must return and explore the interior.