Which way next?

IMG_7976 My stepping stones were much admired in last week’s Which Way post so I thought I’d share with you another idyllic and very English scene in the North Yorkshire village of Lealholm.  I don’t take many photos of people but this little family setting really made me smile.  Join me in the gallery.

Innocent pleasures!  It’s nice to see they’re still around.

I thought I’d take part in Cee’s Which Way Challenge again this week because it will be fortnightly from now on.  Alternate weeks will be a black and white photo challenge, and that’s a whole different ball game.



    1. It’s a favourite, Cathy (and you’d love “Beck’s View”, the tearooms 🙂
      Really shook up over Anita Mac. The life she had, just gone! So sad. Her partner must feel … well! The whole travelling/writing thing seems trivial suddenly. Be careful what you wish for, you know? Thanks for the email Cathy and take care of yourself.

  1. Innocent and fun …. great gallery – stepping stones … something I never has walked on .. even if my life has been full of them. Have a wonderful weekend, Jo. Just love your photos.

  2. Great series of photos. I also grew up on Enid Blyton, Secret Seven, Famous Five and began reading children lit. When I began teaching. Best class of week was Prep library class…..reading to them.

    1. Picnics, sheep on the village green, stepping stones- it’s pure poetry, Debbie. In fact, there’s a small, very pretty garden centre there called Poet’s Corner 🙂

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