Just a few of the dogs we saw on the streets of Florence, Italy, October 2016.
A window in Norfolk, April 2016
How could I have missed this stunning beach from my original posts from last year’s visit. Tiree a small island off the west of Scotland, has some of the loveliest sandiest beaches that I have ever seen and as it was May, they were empty. More visitors arrive later, but May is normally quite bodiless. You can see that our little dog Nancy loved the beach, and of course she was quite safe to run as far as she wanted to. Next stop an ancient church and burial ground.
For us, before the start of the tourist season, a Sunday drive along the North Norfolk Coast, at this time of the year is a real pleasure. Once the season starts, we head inland, and all is peaceful again. At the end of January, one Sunday was just too nice not to go out and enjoy the day. We made our way to Sheringham, had a Sunday Roast at the Jolly Roger Pub. After a hearty meal, we then strolled down to the beach for some photos of a nearly empty seashore, and of course, any passing dogs.
Heading back home, we stopped at Morston Quay, for more photos and a short walk. Hopefully we will get a few more trips in before the start of the season….its just so beautiful and peaceful at this time of year, whatever the weather is doing.
Taken at Sheringham, North Norfolk – January 2017
I have been playing around with my filters again, I love the way they can change a photo. I only use them for fun or to save a photo that I like. I took a couple of photos of this little chap and his friend today, the other photo is below. But it was really dark inside the pub where we were having lunch, and I had to changed them to black and white. Then I started playing, and this is the final result, I think he now looks like a little painting 🙂
Taken at the Middlewich, in Cheshire, Canal Boat Festival in 2016