Following on from the success of my first visit to a real foot doctor, I had a return visit this evening.
This time I had to walk there. For two reasons. Firstly, I can walk great distances now thanks to her amazing work on my poor old feet, and secondly, since our holidays had just started, a beer or two had been imbibed.
It's just over 1km to the foot doctor, but it's amazing how many pictures opportunities present themselves.
Here's a great example of the connection with the sea in this area. They may have a car parked in the driveway, but far more important is the boat moored at their own private pontoon.
The next thing I saw, worthy of a snap, was this tree. How old is it? It just can't fit into a single frame.
Anyway, while I was in the area I took the chance of a picture of a little island which lies just offshore from Vestnes. 'Feøya' is a lovely little island which is privately owned. On it there is a cross which marks a burial mound, supposed to be about 1000 years old, and assumed to be a viking burial site. Must try to find out more about that.
This picture is a double barreled one. I was actually interested in the bush, which is a different colour of a thing we have growing in the garden, but then I noticed the architectural screw-up. That house deserves a prize for... well maybe not.
I'm one of these softies who couldn't hurt a fly, well, OK, maybe a fly, if it's bugging me. But, some animals, and birds have to be controlled, Deer being one of them, and anyway, it tastes good. YUM YUM.
I'll end with a nice picture of what I think is the most beautiful little house in the village.
A'm geeng. ;)
Sermon for 21st May 2017
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