Are you looking at me, madam?
Us goats kinda like a bit of attention. And we know Becky likes us! It’s been fun taking part in October Squares this month. Carry on being kind, won’t you? It’s not hard to do. And if you can sneak Six Words in, so much the better. Happy Halloween/All Saint’s Day!
P.S. I will be doing a round up on Jo’s Monday walk next week. See you then?
Traditional. Single storey. With maybe a neighbour to chat to? Surrounded by greenery, but not enough to block the view. With a bench to sit on to admire that view. What kind of view? Something like this might do.
But it’s not perfect. There’s no chimney, Becky!
I do love the old chimneys around here, so often topped off by a stork’s nest. No resident stork on this one but you’ve got value for money with the reflection. Two for the price of one. Wishing you a happy day!
Many congratulations to a wonderful couple! Their first love is birds (after each other, of course) but I don’t have a suitable photograph so perhaps they’ll like this Indian Orchid tree. Past their first exuberant flowering, but still lovely. Perhaps I can say the same for Becky and Robert?
Kinda cute, aren’t they? A nice clean start to the week. Becky’s into her last week of s4uares and Sami’s feeling colourful. Why not join them?
Becky is sharing a great sculpture today, along with a wonderful extravaganza of Squares. It’s lucky our clocks went back last night so I have an extra hour in which to enjoy them all. I’m responding with a sculpture which Becky won’t yet have seen. It appeared kinda mysteriously, on a disused chimney on the road out to Quatro Aguas, Tavira. It’s kinda quirky! Have a great Sunday!
A kinda nice place to sit
The wall is a little shabby but this remains one of my favourite places to watch the world drift by. There’s a little kiosk that sells coffee and pastries, and even, if you’re good, a little tumbler of wine. And on a quiet day the ferryman will join you. Have a good weekend!
Six Word Saturday
I make no secret of the fact that I love where I live. When you can find shells like love hearts on the beach, and a pretty little church upside down in the tidal pools. An expanse of beach all to yourself, complete with soft ripples and seaweed necklace. Never mind that a seagull with big feet got there first. Scramble nimbly over the rocks to the dinky lighthouse, if you’re steady on your feet.
Do you see the lady running, in the rivulets of tide? Wind blowing in her hair. Rushing to meet the sun. The clouds were scudding that afternoon. Another heart, drawn in the smooth sand. It could be mine.
2020 Photo Challenge #42
Whenever I pass by this house I have to stop to admire. Well, you would, wouldn’t you?