Tuesday, 11 September 2007
Z's gavel and other images
Today, pictures. I haven't loaded them from the camera to the computer for a while, so some of them date from a couple of weeks ago.
The view from Snape Maltings concert hall. It's a lovely tranquil place.
We went to Southwold. From the beach just below Gun Hill, the pier was on the left and Sizewell nuclear power station can be seen down the coast.
Our little girl.
My boy and his boy.
When I lived in Lowestoft, this was the view from the clifftop 100 yards from my house. The church is on the edge of the cliff, although in Victorian times it was half a mile inland. The erosion has stopped here but continues down the coast and up in Norfolk. The church used to be two semi-detached churches. It was bombed during the war and lost its internal fittings and thatched roof, but the structure was saved.
Chicks and their mother.
A keen little bantam laid an egg. The larger ones are smaller than hens' eggs, this one was tiny. When I cracked it, it was filled with albumen and had no yolk.
The Sage took a break from lotting the china.
The sunset across the field in front of the house.