A supplement to the usual Friday benches to wish you Yuletide cheer 🙂
Whilst I was taking this picture (in the rain) a passer by – who was walking his dog – asked if I was a tourist. He’s alerted me to something a little further along the street which awaits a visit during the day.
Sign of the Times will be back in the New Year.
There can’t be many places where you can get your money out of the bank whilst standing next to a grapevine. Looking a bit closer after I took this photo, I found it not only had twinkly lights for decoration, but also plenty of bunches of grapes.
Stephanie Millward is the first person ever to be awarded the freedom of the town of Corsham 🙂
A technique I found hard to do when processing film, but is very easy when using Pic Monkey 🙂
A three and a half mile walk around the Corsham Court estate last Thursday. Good company, lots of sheep and the jet trails just starting to cross the sky again. A pizza lunch in Corsham High Street was our reward for our morning’s efforts 🙂
I’m taking a short break for Easter. Back in time for the next Friday Bench.
This is the beginning of the public footpath across Corsham Court’s parkland. The crashed oak tree I showed you on Tuesday is way off in the distance.
As you can see, this is a popular local walk.