Spring is here and the blossom on the trees are now disappearing. Once the blossom starts appearing, I find that there’s only a short window before the petals start falling to the ground. But they are always make for lovely photos to try and capture.
Windmills are wonderful structures. Relics of a past era when corn was grounded using big heavy stones that were turned by wooden sails, powered by the wind. I’m sure Britain used to have many of these dotted about the landscapes.
This is the remains of an old pier down in Lepe, Hampshire, with the tide starting to come in. The day looks deceptively nice, but it was in fact a freezing cold day in March with a cold breeze blowing off the Solant. I imagine the sea was just as cold, if not colder. Though …
British red telephone box, that once used to be spotted all over the place in the UK. Now not so much. Replaced by the boring metallic phone boxes, that offer email services as well as phone calls, and almost everyone owning a mobile phone.