I saw these in a shop window this week and smiled: And this is what’s making me smile right now as I write this post. (Any minute now one of them will be on the keyboard. They’ve already walked across it and deposited cat hair ) Thank you for visiting PHOTOPHILE.
Knaresborough Castle Knaresborough Castle in Yorkshire stands high on a cliff above the River Nidd. The castle was first built by a Norman baron in c. 1100 on a cliff above the River Nidd. There is documentary evidence dating from 1130 referring to works carried out at the castle by Henry I. In the 1170s Hugh Read more about KNARESBOROUGH: A 12th Century Castle[…]
Stop the bus! I want to get on! I chose this picture for this week’s Smile on Saturday as it encapsulates my memories of a couple of days spent in the Yorkshire Dales this summer: the signpost to the Pennine Way the footpath to the village of Hawes the blue skies and sunshine the sign that Read more about Smile on Saturday: The Little White Bus Stops Here.[…]
A bird on the head…… ……..is worth two on the bench …..but only in Barcelona. Can you spot the keyhole on this door? And a couple of secret panels? I wasn’t the only one in the Gothic Quarter that day photographing doors for Norm’s Thursday Doors. Perhaps Norm knows who this is. Perhaps Read more about Thursday Doors: A Bird on the Head.[…]
Smile on Saturday! A new series starts here today. In this series I’ll be showing sights I’ve seen on my travels which have made me smile. I hope you smile too. Week 1: Hardraw Scar Waterfall’s unique Weather Station: (Sometimes “Hardraw” is spelt “Hardrow” and “Scar” is sometimes “Scaur”, all depending on whether you are using Read more about Smile On Saturday: Hardraw Scar Weather Station[…]