It really is a chicken!
See inside the dovecote (where doves are kept) – next post, please click here.
Compared to most, this trawler is one of the smallest I have seen on the slipway at Macduff Harbour.
Maybe better if we went back to glass bottles?
The Coca-Cola Bottle – Richard Broom Photography
Old, bent and twisted – a bit like the photographer who took this photograph!
The Stump – Richard Broom Photography
If tyres (tires if you’re in the US!) could tell their story and talk about their travels….
There is talk of banning the use of old tyres as fenders because, when they fall into the sea, they cause pollution.
Monkey Island: According to this theory, some people believe that as the monkey island was located at the top of the main mast of sailing ships, sailors had to scramble up the ship’s rigging to free or repair the sails and rigging or to keep a lookout for icebergs , reefs, or land. Because the sailors had to climb as the monkeys do, this topmost place was termed as Monkey Island.
A WW2 Enigma Machine used for encoding and decoding secret messages…