Saturday, 23 July 2011

Navigation By Square & Compass


Without the use of SatNav or Google Earth we set of along the coast in search of ancient treasures.
One of my favourite walks,starting at the Anvil Point Lighthouse and taking in the cliffs of a battered and well used coast.
A few miles later, the beacon that is The Square & Compass sits in a tiny village ready to serve a pint and a pasty.
This weekend there was a fossil show too, as if we needed an excuse!

1 comment:

Beyond My Garden said...

I want to go to the Square & Compass -NOW! Alas, It is not to be. for now I will enjoy your cliffs in photographic vicariosity. (ought to be a word.)
I like this one as it shows the land in the proces of joining the sea - one chunk at a time.
nellie

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