Thursday, 19 August 2010

Dungeness 3

Sea Kale
Herring Gull on the shingle

Dead fish-but I had to touch it to check-the eye looked so alive.

The Britannia pub had a huge collection of keyrings hanging from the beams.

Toilet decor in the pub.


nana_ang_poppaphil said...

You've changed your Blog header, very cool, please tell me you use those scissors for craft work..

Love the sea kale, but not sure about the toilet decor.LOL

KindredSpirit said...

love Dungeness. It was on TV the other night. More great pics! Loving the photoshop edges!

jabblog said...

Another great selection of photos. Dead fish always do look alive - that's what comes of having no eyelids! I love that huge key in the pub - I'd like one like that. As for the tasteful tasteless item - very kitsch ;-)

Mar said...

looks like you had a great outing
the water, sites and then a relax at the pub
hey great day!
that is quite the key collection!
does have an intrigueing begin date?

i always enjoy tagging along with you!

Linda Sue said...

Love your photos- very artsy and cool! The dead fish is my favorite. The toilet decor - not sure what to think actually - it is quite lovely in it's tacky sort of way...I see what you mean.

Leenie said...

The dancing scissors at rest but ready to dance again at the least hint of music.
Thanks for taking us along on your visit to the shore. At least your Dungeness has a pub with a loo.

The Dungeness Spit in Washington is just a LONG arm of gravel that hooks out into Puget Sound. The the path is guarded by volunteers who grill all who enter "none shall pass unless they answer these questions three, 'what is your favorite color?" Then they nearly frisk all who leave for souvenirs of shells and driftwood.

Still a walk by the crashing sea and a place free of tourist debris is worth the scrutiney.

Anne said...

Hi, Sarah! I love the photo of the sea kale! It is really pretty! I love the way you framed it ... there is nice depth and I like all the texture! :-)

Relyn said...

I think the keyring idea is super cool. I love all these little peaks into your world that you are treating us to.

Anonymous said...

Great pictures! Looks like a great day!