Sunday, 8 June 2014

Church St Chippy, Diamond in the Rough and Breathe It In

"Church St Chippy" :- This wall fascinated me. I loved the way various different coloured coats of paint we showing through in patches. It's the wall of a fish & chip shot in Mevagissey, a small and very picturesque fishing village on the coast of Conrwall, England. The streets are very narrow and tight with not much room traffic and many of the building seem to jostle and fight for space as they are all crammed in. The door opens up right onto the road, no pavement (sidewalk) or safety rail so you have to have your mind on looking where you're going and not on your chips!

"Diamond in the Rough" :- Awesome isn't it! This is one of the huge standing stones in the village of Avebury in Wiltshire, England. The stones can weigh up to 40 tons each and range from 8 to 20 feet in height. The stone is part of a huge Neolithic henge that is the largest stone circle in Europe. It's also 2000 years older than Stonehenge and was constructed somewhere around 2600 BCE.

"Breathe It In" :- A dramatic and powerful sunset seen from the beach at Ovingdean Gap near brighton, England. This is one of my favourite hideaways. I love wandering around on the rocks and just watching the waves rolling in and out. It's also a wonderful place to catch the sun as it goes down but only at certain points of the year as the sunset changes position on the horizon and is sometimes hidden by the marina.

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