This is the furthest east point of North America, one of the two lighthouses there – the more modern one. For Silent Sunday, as it must be, when it’s not blowing. Have a good Sunday, friends.
Update: This has now, of course disappeared and the woods have completely covered over what remained. The gallery of photos I took that day is below.
Original Post January 20, 2012: Derelict – Scott’s Bay, Nova Scotia
Cautionary tale: This is what happens when you don’t keep your house in good order. I might think twice before entering this place again. It won’t be long before the whole thing collapses.
The skies over the North Sea are often dramatic and the gulls love to soar in the wind.
For those who missed the previous post with image of the sunset over the Deben (as no notification went out), the link to it is here: https://stevenkennard.com/blog/archives/2918
On our first day in Suffolk we were reminded of the beautiful sunsets that so often occur in this county. This is the River Deben, seen from Woodbridge in late November.
The woodturning symposium in New Zealand where I was demonstrating finished on a Sunday and my flight wasn’t until Tuesday night. Thanks to the kindness of one of the attendees, Tref Roberts, I got to experience as much of the beauty of this country as was possible in one day. I had a whirlwind sightseeing tour of the area, where it was Spring time and the weather was very dramatic and changeable, which only intensified the experience on this unforgettable day. I will have a gallery of my images taken on that day and here is the first, on the shore of the beautiful North island.