A small burn, or stream, is seen here on a visit to check out the display of bluebells in Carstramon Woods. The bluebells were not at their peak so I scrambled up a hillside to follow the course of this small Burn. The fresh green of spring’s growth is seen against a mossy rock.
There were several incidents on our Kerala Backwaters boat trip that caused lengthy delays which was fortuitous as we caught the most wonderful sunset and returned to port after dark.
It was a sunset where the sky changed dramatically by the minute and this is one of the many pictures taken that day that still lurk unseen in my files.
Fort Kochi again and the old town has many interesting open fronted shops to beguile the photographer. That Blue sari is a stunning colour!
This is a street scene taken at the Victorian Town, a part of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum.
The machine appears to be either farming or road laying equipment.
The National Railway Museum is probably one of the world’s best of its type and their collection of locomotives, carriages and ancillary equipment dates from the early years of the 19th Century, Here a mainline railway terminal is recreated with locomotives hauling vintage royal train stock. The view is through the windows of an old ticket office.
We had been out on a boat trip from Ernakulam which is the city on the mainland just opposite the island on which stands Fort Kochi, All afternoon these clouds had gradually built up and I commented to Shyju that it was going to be raining soon. ‘No chance’, he said. A couple of hours later it rained heavens high! Fortunately we were back at the hotel by then.
Ah, yes, I was spotted!
He was in conversation with a passenger on the platform at Pickering Station and as I took the photo he gave me that rather stern stare….oops. sorry, must go, the steam engine has just moved to the other end of the station…..