Sunday, 16 September 2012

Holiday by the sea

I have been away with my family to the seaside for a few days: poor Archie had a bad back so we had to take it in turns to dog sit as he was on instructions to rest:  it was gloriously sunny all week and the beach 200 yards away was 7 miles of sand.



Best of all was dolphin watching at Dungeness: they were there for the three days we went to that area.  I didn't get a clear  picture, sadly .There is lots of design potential, such a surreal landscape.  Rusted winches, collapsing fishing sheds and decaying boats, on miles of shingle, overlooked by the nuclear power station!  There were TWO lighthouses, a cafe and a miniature railway that takes you 13 miles along the coast. Just a few photos.....






 I went to Rye one day, and looked round the Church- the floor was quilty..........
 ....and they had a commemorative hanging done for year 2000, with small panels done by the local people, here are a few of my favourites-the seaweed was very realistic!








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