Saturday, 4 July 2020

SATURDAY CRITTERS

Tie fHere in Northern Ireland lockdown has easied in so much as 10 people can meet outside but still with social distancing.  I still have some walking images to show you before I had torn a ligament in my knee (improving) and you are very welcome to join our walks, albeit still 3' apart! I am showing you a cat, Oystercatcher, Black Guillemot, Starling and finally 2 dogs.
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I hope you enjoyed this post today.
I appreciate your visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Friday, 3 July 2020

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS AND THE WEEKEND ROUNDUP

Time for Weekend Reflections and The Weekend Roundup and the letter is A and Architecture and this time I am showing the ARCHITECTURE of the ALBERT Bridge that is in BelfastNorthern Ireland. Its three flat ARCHES span the River Lagan and it is one of eight bridges in the city. It was completed in 1890 by Belfast city surveyor J C Bretland AFTER two ARCHES of the previous bridge suddenly collapsed in 1886.  It was opened in 1890 and named after Queen Victoria's grandson, Prince ALBERT  Victor, who laid a foundation stone in 1889.  The 2 images show its AMAZING REFLECTIONS.



I appreciate your visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Thursday, 2 July 2020

GOOD FENCES

Here in Northern Ireland lockdown has easied in so much as 10 people can meet outside but still with social distancing.  I still have some walking images to show you before I had torn a ligament in my knee (improving) and you are very welcome to join our walks, albeit still 6' apart! This fence is reflected in this water in Ward Park, Bangor

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I hope you enjoyed this post today.
I appreciate your visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Heron in Ward Park, Bangor

Here in Northern Ireland lockdown has easied in so much as 10 people can meet outside but still with social distancing.  I still have some walking images to show you before I had torn a ligament in my knee (improving) and you are very welcome to join our walks, albeit still 6' apart! This is a Heron in Ward Park, Bangor and we all call  him Mr Grumpty but at the moment he is trying to find his breakfast.









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I appreciate your visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY

Here in Northern Ireland lockdown has easied in so much as 10 people can meet outside but still with social distancing.  I still have some walking images to show you before I had torn a ligament in my knee (improving) and you are very welcome to join our walks, albeit still 6' apart! This is a Rock Pipit
 seen at the Long Hole, near the Marina, Bangor
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I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Monday, 29 June 2020

THROUGH MY LENS

Here in Northern Ireland lockdown has easied in so much as 10 people can meet outside but still with social distancing.  I still have some walking images to show you before I had torn a ligament in my knee (it's improving) and you are very welcome to join our walks, albeit still 6' apart!   These images were taken in Ward Park and the bird is a Hooded Crow.
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I hope you enjoyed the walk today.
I appreciate your visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Sunday, 28 June 2020

SUNDAY THOUGHT

Jesus answered them, “Go and tell that fox: ‘I am driving out demons and performing cures today and tomorrow, and on the third day I shall finish my work.’



Photographed on Queens Parade, Bangor.

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Have a Blessed Sunday.