Once again I am joining in with the lovely Amy from her Love Made My Home blog for this Five on Friday post. Please have a look at the other bloggers linking up this week. You might just find your next favourite blog to read.
- The photograph of the bird was taken at the Ashmolean as a couple of you had guessed!
- The hopeless romantic was none other than Winston Churchill.
- Grope Lane can be found in Shrewsbury.
- The man was leading a horse who was towing a barge near Llangollen.
- And the final answer to what was finished in this town in 1779 was the bridge in Ironbridge.
For this weeks Five on Friday, I thought I'd concentrate on the scenery in my own back yard or, more specifically, just across the road and down the East Coast trail.
This is the cliff across from our house where the waves crash and we can feel the rumble of their power whilst sitting in our basement.
This is the wee clearing where my brother (that would be LB1 - see previous post) and his beautiful bride were married several years ago. The boys and I are quite worried about it as a new house is going up just to the right of it and that looks like a property peg in the middle of the clearing.
A perfectly tree framed picture of the view.
Gorgeous green moss and seaweed that can only be seen at low tide and when the sea is 'low'.
And an extra picture of the cliffs that you've seen before but I thought I'd post again. Our landscape is so wild and untamed that it sometimes amazes me that anyone survived here at all several hundred years ago. I'm so glad they did.