“Caught” in the Enterprise Shopping Centre in Eastbourne, which has a number of nice little, independent shops, from crafts and health, to a fishmongers and a butchers. If you’re in the town, take the trouble to wander along and discover it yourself. You’ll find it up behind the railway station.
Spent a grey day in Twickenham, on our current vagabonding experience in the UK….
A bit of a grey day, but thought I’d try the effects on the camera. Swans and pigeons and, of course, Canadian geese!
Just to the right of the shots, is a pub, where many a summer evening was whiled away, as the sun went down, with a pint in hand.
In fact, along the Richmond/Twickenham stretch of the River Thames, many a pub was frequented as we strolled along, or cycled. Not that it’s all about the pubs, but after a days fishing on the water, or a walk on a sunny afternoon, some pub grub and a pint can’t easily be beaten.
I’m on the lookout for a decent Ploughman’s now. Any suggestions?
Tags: Thames, River Thames, London, UK, England
As the clouds dash across the sky the water colour changes with an accentuation of it’s moods. It’s only water you may say, but there is power, as this huge body moves under the influence of tide and wind.
You can always sit and watch the water at any point on the coast of Britain and just observe. The sky touches the horizon and there are dreams about the adventures out there. There is also the fear that goes with the power concealed in that movement. For me it’s the changes that happen in front of you and the smallest detail can become important, but don’t take my word, give it a try.
Tags: Sea, UK, Britain, Clouds, Waves, Horizon
On the way to the latest soccer match in Kamloops, it was time for a break…
As a couple of boats bobbed along, we whipped out the campstove, the kettle and had our lunch.
Submitted by JB (http://nogoingback.wordpress.com)
Note And Photo From:- Fred, Brighton, UK
We were fishing on the Wye and sport was very slow. We were catching nothing and it was our last day before returning home.
Then, this little chap came and sat on my rod.
He looked around surveying his territory and decided to stay and use the rod as a”diving board” to take fish from the shoals of Bleak that were in the swim.
Cheeky “git” caught a number of fish, using the rod as a perch, whilst I didn’t get a bite all day.
Tags: Wye, Rivers, Kingfisher, Bird, Wildlife, UK
( Photograph and Article submitted by F. Sutton, Bournemouth, UK )
Once the second largest natural harbour in the World. It was behind Sydney, Australia until the Sydney Opera House was built and land was reclaimed from the sea. That loss of water put Poole where it belongs on top.
Now you can wander around the harbour and take in the view from the Park or the road around he eastern side. There is the Quay Side where you can enjoy wonderful fish and chips whilst you watch the harbour at work or the ferry as it leaves. If solitude is what you seek then cross to the western shores and walk around the heathland and the Country Park.
For the sailor or fisherman your choices are endless and only require an input from you. If you like to see the unusual then cross to Brownsea Island and spot the Red Squirrel.
Tags: Fishing, Sailing, Water, Poole, Poole Harbour, Travel, England, UK
Photograph and Article submitted by Kelowna Trout Angler, BC, Canada
Here we stand in the beautiful water of the Okanagan. In front of us the depth drops down to about 2m, but there are fish down in the depths.
Someone on the bank said there are few fish to be caught from the lake. Little did they know. My Grandson in the fore-ground has returned 2 Rainbow Trout and we have lost count of the Suckers we’ve sent back. Our big problem is how to catch the very large Suckers and Carp we have seen swimming in and out of the weeds in front of us.
At present we are using silver spinners in the style of the ever trusty Mepps. When the fish get suspicious a change is made and a small coloured artificial worm is added to the single hook.
Tags: Fishing, Lakes, Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada
The White Cliffs Of England
(Photograph submitted by F.Sutton, Bournemouth, UK)
Everything we expect from the South Coast of England. Those wonderful white cliffs with the tough grass on top. A slight haze with the yacht setting sail for distant lands and the Sea-Gulls calling from above.
Tags: Isle of Wight, England, UK, Travel
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