This blog has been going now for about a year, albeit with some interruptions. One of the problems for an old codger like me, is remembering whether I have already posted photos and then, having forgotten that I have, post them again. I guess that the safest remedy for this is to always post new material. Well I’m sorry, but I have a lot of old material that I would like to share, so the risk continues.
However, for today’s post I will roll out some that were actually taken today.
Today we were promised some sun, so we thought that a trip to the coast was in order. In fact, the sun was still in short supply until we had been there for a while, but it did brighten up in the end. We had decided to potter down to Portland, and since it juts out into the English Channel a bit, it does often see different weather from the rest of the mainland. So it was this afternoon.
For this post I have chosen some images of St George’s Church on the Isle of Portland.
Services are now only held twice a year, on St George’s Day and on Christmas Day. The church yard is gloriously unkempt and a haven for insects and butterflies. It is also rather photogenic.
Sometimes I get the feeling that a monochrome treatment might be worth a try and so, here goes for a couple of these.
I like the last one. Which do you prefer?