Good to see a smiling happy face when we think about the horrors taking place in the world at the moment plus Brexit (not much to smile about there either!!!!).
Taken a long, long time ago…
Our favourite band in action….
Anyone who suffers the visual disturbances that come with migraine might understand this image a little more.
We all hit one of these from time to time….
A fabulous image via Art Backhant:
Good to see Spring kicking in here in Holland…
The Hot End
It’s not everyone who gets to kiss a decorated Royal Air Force officer!
Nice to eat breakfast in a house that has been there since the 1700s…
A young man searching for bugs!
Here’s a bit of a mystery. Mary Garne died on 7 June 1873 aged 55 years – around 144 years ago. I can’t help wondering why there is a second, smaller, gravestone in front of the larger gravestone. The smaller gravestone has the initials M.G on the stone and the same date – 1873. I wondered if Mary died in childbirth and the smaller gravestone is for the child who died. Did women give birth to children in their 50s in the 19th century?
The view from the London Eye
Honeywell don’t make children….but if they did…
Ps: look out for the cable car…
For men only!
I’m not sure what these plants are really called but I always remember them as ‘egg and bacon’ plants.
They don’t come much uglier!
Looking a bit closer I should probably say lioness!!!
This might give Uber a run for their money!
What better way to spend the afternoon…
The first time I’ve appeared on the front of some kind of torpedo!
In the back of an RAF Shackleton maritime reconnaissance aircraft (once secret, now in a museum)
Cue Elton John’s record! My grandson takes a ride on a weapon of mass destruction…
Just love the codpieces! Will they ever come back into fashion I wonder?