Saturday, 3 September 2011

LSED Day two

Yesterday was a glorious day and so my husband and I went for a walk along the river Stort.  We started at Twyford Lock and walked about two miles along it to Spellbrook.  There are a series of locks along this stretch of the river and I was surprised how many houseboats there were moored along the riverside. 
Since Rinda over at Gallo Organico started her scavenger hunt this summer, my husband has become used to me pointing out random things and then running off to photograph them, and I must admit that participating in this challenge has made me more aware of things.  One thing on the list is 'Your country's flag' and if you had asked me earlier this year how often you see our flag flying, I would have said 'rarely'.  However, it seems that wherever I go nowadays, I see flags flying!  And yesterday was no exception:
So that was my lesson learnt yesterday, the journalling reads 'It wasn't until I started the scavenger hunt that I realised how many flags there were flying!'

6 comments:

Cheri said...

most excellent observation! and cute layout to boot.

Sian said...

That's a really great flag photo Deb. They are a surprisingly hard thing to get a nice picture of I think!

Ginger said...

Wonderful photo Deb! Great LSNED layout :)

Alison said...

Love the LO Deb...you have become very observant!
Alison xx

Karen said...

Brilliant photo Deb.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Great photo! And nice job on your LSNE layout, too.
Rinda