Friday, 22 June 2012

...And In The Morning, There Be Pirates!

As a new day dawned and the Sun released itself from the shackles of a white tipped horizon, a ship appeared.
It had sheltered, protected by the dark of night as well as by the cliffs of our bay, before braving Old Harry and the race into the harbour.
The Lord Nelson is now back in this place, silent and almost motionless on a grumbling sea, waiting for the night and the mist to make her invisible again.


ritaroberts said...

Hi Julian,I have been following your blog for a while.Thankyou for sharing such lovely walks.Love the wildlife pics and especially like the pirate boat.

Julian Sawyer said...

Thank very much. And thanks for following. It's nice to know that people like looking at my pictures.

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