I like Osteospermum. As a flower it pretty much ticks all the boxes for me.
Me, not ill, as opposed to the ill me that is posting this.
Young girls clearly make good picklers. The sign wouldn’t lie.
I love Spiderman spaghetti!!!!
The rather impressive interior of Well’s Cathedral. In the fourteenth century the central piers of the crossing were found to be sinking under the weight of the crossing tower, so the “scissor arches” (inverted strainer arches that are such a striking feature) were inserted to brace and stabilize the piers as a unit.
Sunday morning. Wake up it’s stormin’. Raindrops fallin’ on my head it’s pourin’.
Seen on a wall in Bradford on Avon. Odd.
The docks in Auckland as seen from our hotel on Cintra Lane. Gorillapod fastened to the balcony railing… hardcore!
Thelephora terrestris. A fungus with fan-shaped rosettes or lobes that can form extensive patches, found growing in debris and leaf-litter in broad leaf and coniferous woodland and in short turf on sandy soil close to conifers. Inedible apparently.
According to Kent Rail the structure was built by the independent ‘Sevenoaks Railway’, incorporated in 1859 to link the ‘Chatham’ main line with the market town of Sevenoaks. The branch was initially single-track, seeing its first services on 2nd June 1862, but the viaduct was built to accommodate two tracks from the outset, because the line was doubled in the following year. A Maidstone extension from Otford opened on 1st June 1874, this again single-track, but following in the footsteps of the original Bat & Ball line, this was soon doubled, two-track working commencing on 11th August 1875.