I’ve shown you so much of our little town and surrounds, so… how do I do justice to Tina’s challenge this week? Well, why not show you a few quirky pics? Let’s begin with the cormorant roost, a photo of their neighbourhood… on the doorstep of our neighbourhood…
I rather like the hues of the photo… where’s the sea end and the sky begin? ⇑ Anyway… when last have you seen a boat swinging high and dry?
⇑ Swinging high and dry – boat lifts in our neighbourhood are quite common… the secret is being in the right place at the right time. OK, the next one is of the threatening sky… yes, the storm is coming! ⇓
It does make a pretty picture, don’t you think? Colour and contrast… birds, bridges and boats. Last but not least… here’s a photo looking back over the town toward the snow-covered Croghan Mountain… busy pic, loads of stuff… and even some wind turbines on the hill… ⇓
OK… one more. I bet you don’t too often see big bad diggers removing sunken boats from the harbour! This lot had us enthralled for a week or two… we made it our business to go down at least once a day to check on progress! ⇓
Sorry… I just couldn’t resist using the little arrows… please humour me, ta!!