The view that draws me back…
Looking down the years of our Portuguese home, there’s an image that appears over and over. It’s the bridge, Ponte Romana, in Tavira, with its lovely backdrop. Many’s the evening I’ve idled, with a glass of port, watching the dip and swoop of the swifts. Trying hard to catch their flight on camera, in an unsuspecting moment.
It’s just one reason to keep me going back.
This week Brie Anne at The Daily Post asks if you have a ‘muse‘. Something to which you are drawn again and again.
Meanwhile Cate has just six words at Show My Face. How about you?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Muse.”
Great Yarmouth in the ‘Off Season’
No-one to play on the games
Or the beach!
Let’s try the pier
Click on a photo to open the gallery
Rescued by a fair maiden?
He’s my hero!
It’s almost 40 years since I was last in Great Yarmouth. It’s a family resort, and nice and flat for ‘the oldies’ too. I was amazed to find how quiet it was in early June. The roller coaster and many of the rides were still under wraps. The beach… well, see for yourself!
It triggered some wonderful memories though. There’s a model village right on the seafront (closed, of course) and, in my early evening stroll about, I paused to text to my daughter ‘do you remember…?’ Just a small girl at the time, she did! And asked ‘is the snail ride still there?’ Sadly, it wasn’t. Some things DO change.
But not the habit of visiting Cate at Show My Face, to share your six words. You might have guessed, it’s also my entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge. Have a great weekend, won’t you?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Off-Season.”