Monday, 14 March 2011

On the way home ...

... on Wednesday, after I'd photographed the Meridian Monument, I decided to stop in Rottingdean and took a few photos around, and from, the village pond :0)  Lovely village and I'm so lucky to have it on my doorstep - well, within a couple of miles of my doorstep - *grin*

Mr & Mrs Mallard Duck.  
I'm thinking they're getting ready to set up home - *hehe* ↓

Looking south (ish) toward the Plough Inn. ↓

Looking north, across pond, towards Kipling Gardens ... named after Rudyard Kipling who lived in the Elms (just out of picture on right)  from 1897-1902 ↓ 

St Margaret's Church (12th century church, I believe) ↓

War memorial on the village green, facing St Margaret's (east) ↓

War memorial on the village green, facing pond (south) ↓

West view from village green, showing windmill on top of the hill ↓

Zoom into the windmill.  
One day I'll put on my walking shoes, park at top of Beacon Hill and go get a proper photo of this windmill ↓

A warning to anyone who might read blog.  You may notice some funny things going on over the next week or 2.  I'm planning on spending a bit of time playing and giving the blog a makeover. Unfortunately there's only so much I can do in background on my practice blog and it can't be copied over so will be trying and testing as I go. There may be things missing for a while - not by way of posts, current or otherwise - but more to do with the sidebar content.  Please bear with me but it will settle down, sooner rather than later hopefully.

Thanks for dropping by .....


Anonymous said...

Oh wow Pam, your photography is amazing! You live in a beautiful part of the world. Love the pics of the pond and the church oh and the ducks.............well all of them! It looks like a lovely place to live.........Lucky you!

JackieP xx

My'scardcorner said...

Great pics Pam enjoyed looking.