Monthly Archives: March 2011

White Hart Lane

White Hart Lane
White Hart Lane. 14 images (handheld) stitched with AutopanoPro. Lushness.

White Hart Lane

Cheers to the Mother-in-law to be for buying tickets for my Dad to tour White Hart Lane… of course, he needed an aide to help him get there on the train 🙂

Well worth a visit. COYS!

 

Super Moon

Super Moon
Super Moon. Whatever that means. Handheld. 200mm. Cropped like a good’un.

Rhino


Me. Like. Rhinos.

Gelada

Gelada
The Gelada (Theropithecus gelada), sometimes called the Gelada Baboon, is a species of Old World monkey found only in the Ethiopian Highlands, with large populations in the Semien Mountains. Theropithecus is derived from the Greek root words for “beast-ape.” Like its close relatives, the baboons (genus Papio), it is largely terrestrial, spending much of its time foraging in grasslands.

Ladybird on Yellow

Ladybird on Yellow
Um, a Ladybird on a yellow flower.

Shallow DOF at Dungeness

Shallow DOF at Dungeness
More beach action from Dungeness.

Guinea Pig

Guinea Pig
Guinea Pig cuteness at the Rare Breeds Centre.

Chains

Chains
Rusty chains at Dungeness.

Joust a Stroll Around Offham

The weather was grim when we visited Offham, which probably goes someway to explaining why it has taken me four months to actually post the photos from this walk. It was wet, gloomy and cold. The walk was unspectacular in so many ways but I resolved to blog the whole book so here goes…

The walk itself is fairly flat and at 4.5 miles isn’t the longest. There are *some* nice bits, though they are few and far between. Be warned, the book is not very clear about the beginning, which probably explains why we walked at least half a mile in the wrong direction.

We also managed to get lost near the end. So, there we are. Not the nicest of walks, but that’s life.