Part of the Red Arrows display at the Cleethorpes Armed Forces Day 2018.
I didn't attend this year, these were taken from my back garden a mile or two away.
Olympus EM10ii with 40-150mm Mzuiko lens.
|My Tortoise, "Joey". Considerably older than me, he must be around 80 years old now.|
|"Suzi" keeping cool in the shade during the long hot spell.|
|Begonia "Apricot Shades".|
|Left on barbed wire by the Character in the next pictures.|
|Obviously NOT one of my pets. Highland cattle in Ravendale Valley.|
|Some original signage from the Great Northern Railway.|
|The front of a diesel shunter.|
|Diesel shunter cab controls.|
|This colourful loco has been here for quite a while.|
|Campion growing wild.|
|I didn't ask!|
An old guard's brake van.
|This had me thinking, it's an old saddle tank plus a cab loaded onto a flatbed wagon.|
|A few examples of how nature soon takes over.|
|Lovely old coach.|
Back in the "Steaming Kettle" restaurant coach.
Olympus EM5ii with 12-60mm Leica Lens.
|Approaching one of the fords.|
|In times of flood, these fords can be a challenge.|
|The holiday cottage, my daughter's friends were staying here when we visited.|
The church is very ornate but unfortunately hemmed in by trees
and very definitely locked!
|If I can find out who's looking after this church I hope to get permission to photograph inside.|