Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Views From On High

Well I've finally managed to sort something out with uploading photos, although I've had to revert to the "old editor" as far as blogger.com is concerned. It's fiddlier and more time consuming, but it means that at least I can stick some photos onto these highly sought after and eagerly devoured pages.

Unsurprisingly, Millbrooker Towers currently sports a cladding of scaffolding to allow work on the chimney and flue before we get our wood burner working in a week or two's time.

Equally unsurprisingly, yours truly was unable to resist the temptation of a little clamber to check out the view from above the roof ridge of the place we call home. Needless to say, I took the old camera up with me. The squashed looking panorama over Millbrook Lake at the top is one of the resultant shots.

Here's another - it's the 81C on its way to Insworke from the quay. Stay with me here, it does get moderately more interesting.
Only moderately more interesting, I grant you, but you've made it this far - loking eastwards, a roofscape towards Hounster.
A view of the Masonic Hall on the quay; you'm gets strange goin's on in there involvin' trouser legs and aprons, me dears.
There, told you it got moderately more interesting than a pink bus doing its stuff.

1 comment:

Frankenkeith said...

I have pinched the picture of the 81C to remind me that you can see into my bedroom window and will bear this in mind when rolling up my trouser leg.