Saturday, 25 February 2012


Who teaches the graffiti artists grammar?
A dead bike.
Fascinating factory fenetre.
Sleeping Goose.
Through the star window lies the sky.

My shadow is much thinner than I am.

Let's go!

Woken geese.

Reflected geese.

Yes, caution them!

Faversham is a great and interesting place.


Rattling On said...

That poor bike looks like it was quite a good one!
Love the socks and your blanket will be gorgeous, the colours are great together.

Elizabeth said...

It certainly is!
Such super photos.
I'm going to send you a photo of my grandparents' house where I used to stay in the very early 1950's!

Unknown said...

What an enjoyable post. Wonderful eye you have. *smiles* Norma

snoopydogknits said...

Lovely shots! I did my final teaching practice at the girls' grammar school in Faversham. I originally trained as a secondary teacher. Have a great week. Ros

Rachel Fox said...

Last one made me laugh.

Love all the reflections too.


Anonymous said...

I laughed at the caution sign - when we're on the motorway and we see the sign saying 'check your fuel' we both shout 'bad fuel, naughty fuel'!!
(the joys of the English language!!)

jabblog said...

Signs are funny, aren't they? The last one made me giggle.