Yesterday we took Billy on a long walk down to the sea, and around town. These were just a few of the things I spotted. Firstly some good advice.
Lucas, Brighton's Green MP.... not too popular it seems.
Seagulls relaxing on top of someone's Mini.
Maybe a beach 'proposal' that went wrong? Billy was suspicious!
I see a dancing man; do you?
No tour of Brighton is complete without a snap of The Pavilion. Still as wonderful as ever.
The man dancing appears to have a goatee and an eye patch and is wearing a hat!ReplyDelete
I have no idea what it was. It might have been some tar on the stone, or it might even have been someone's art-work. I left it on the beach.Delete
Wonderful variety of photos. The Pavilion is very exotic.ReplyDelete
It's amazing what you find to photo on a walk. Small objects, rejected flowers, phone your Mum back. All very intriguing.
And there was so much more. I'll return for another go.Delete
Yes, I see a dancing man too. The Pavilion is beautiful.ReplyDelete
I think it was 'natural', just some tar on a stone.Delete
Always something to catch the attention on a city walk.ReplyDelete
I could have done another version about the people we saw!!Delete
Brilliant …. the MP looks like Elton John , I can see the dancing man, I wonder what the story of the flowers was ? …. and The Pavilion is such a wonderful sight. XXXXReplyDelete
That's what my wife said, I had to explain that it was Lucas. Yes, the flowers were strange. A fresh bunch of Daffs with a red Rose amongst them, dumped on the beach.Delete
Maybe the flowers were left in memory of someone who had passed away there.ReplyDelete
There two men swimming quite a way out at sea, so maybe it was in anticipation!Delete
Yes, I see the dancing man. A day trip to Brighton did not allow us enough time to explore The Pavilion but the exterior was impressive.ReplyDelete
The inside is pretty good too. The kitchens are probably my favourite rooms.Delete
I think the little man in the stone is a Morris Dancer. I hope you took the stone home, I would have.ReplyDelete
Have a nice Easter
I left it there for you. I can draw you a map if you like.Delete
Caroline Lucas must be pretty popular in Brighton as she keeps getting elected. Though I have never voted Green, I admire Caroline Lucas greatly. She is dedicated, articulate and principled - unlike most MPs.ReplyDelete
People don't look at her good side, just at the awful mistakes she's made.Delete
A bit like Jared O'Mara, but impossible to find any good side where he was concerned but people still voted for him.Delete
A political version of Billy Bragg. It's amazing anyone would have voted for him.Delete
That's a bit harsh on Billy Bragg.Delete
Can one be too harsh on BB?Delete
In this cases, yes.Delete
The dancing man is straight out of the Black & White Minstrel show!ReplyDelete
You'll have the PC brigade on my heels.Delete
I saw the dancing man as I flicked through the pictures before reading the post! What a nice walk Billy had...although he was a bit frustrated by the fact that you kept stopping to look at things at take pictures!ReplyDelete
I'm now thinking that I should have kept it.Delete
I wish my oldest son had poster #1 as a screen saver on his phone. It might serve to jog his memory.ReplyDelete
Copy it from above and send it to him (anonymously).Delete
Your seaside walk is most enjoyable.ReplyDelete
It's been a gorgeous day again today, but unfortunately we had to go to a funeral. Otherwise we might have gone down to the sea again (it's only 5 mins away).Delete
Most interesting walk, and yes I can see the dancing man - I think he is a hip hop artist!ReplyDelete
He certainly seems to be having a good time.Delete
Seagulls, make yourselves right at home, why don'cha? Yes, your rock has a dancing man trapped inside, and if I lived in Brighton, the confection known as Brighton Pavilion would be visited every day!ReplyDelete