Seeing the light

Today’s guest picture comes from my friend and ex Archive Group member, Ken, who now lives in the north east of England. It shows the old stone Bridge at Jesmond Dene. We had a chilly but dry and sunny morning. This was welcome as it had been quite rainy during the night. There was noContinue reading “Seeing the light”

Light at the end of the tunnel

Today’s guest picture comes from my brother Andrew.  He was watching this team of rowers battling into a very strong wind during the recent storm when he heard unsympathetic onlookers on the bank shouting, “Faster!” The wind had dropped here today but it was still raining when we got up.  I looked at Mary Jo’sContinue reading “Light at the end of the tunnel”

All the fun of the fair

Today’s guest picture comes from our daughter Annie.  She was very taken by this festive shop front. We had a slightly warmer but very much greyer day today with only the occasional glimpse of sunshine.  It was still pretty chilly when I walked along to the producers’ market in the Buccleuch Centre to buy thoseContinue reading “All the fun of the fair”

I saw the light

Today’s guest picture comes from Dropscone who is enjoying a city break in Edinburgh with his daughter Susan.  They climbed a hill and got this splendid view of Princes Street. I heard some rain when I woke up in the middle of the night but by the time that we got up in the morning,Continue reading “I saw the light”