Monday, 20 December 2010

A Different Kind Of Snowfall

After a day when The Purbeck was hit by fresh snow and the roads became a bit of a lottery it was good to go through the pictures I took during a more picturesque time. This is Anvil Point Lighthouse on a particularly beautiful morning earlier this month.

2 comments:

Gary said...

Are they looking for a lighthouse keeper? What a place. Boom & Gary.

Julian Sawyer said...

That would be a my kind of job. It is a lovely place, but the cottages are now open for rent as holiday homes! Sign of the times I suppose.
Thanks, as always Gary.

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