I went out for a walk today, not far only 4 miles. I went down to the GAFIRS station at Stokes Bay (Gosport And Fareham Inshore Rescue Service). The walk down was pleasant enough, along the cycle track. I always enjoy going this way, there are a couple of nice views along the route. Something for a change I think I’ll give you a few extra pictures, something I don’t normally (don’t know why, just habit I guess). The cycle track is the old railway. At a point, we go over a railway bridge, the old iron bridge. I always look to see what a couple of views are like from here;
whether or not I get a good reflection for these three houses. It’s rare that the water is still. But I think it’s always a nice picture. Pity about the cars though. Then, from the same spot;
St Mary’s Church, Alverstoke. I’ll be going past that on my way back. On then down to the sea front. I have to wait occasionally, there are a few people about and I don’t want to get too close to them, so I pause to let them pass. Eventually to arrive at GAFIRS;
No Lifeboat outside at the moment unfortunately. It’s a big rib, brought out on a tractor & trailer. On the way back, I had a couple of encounters with Nature. The Squirrel and what’s appears to be a gang fighter between about 10 magpies, spread over four trees all shouting at each other. Quite entertaining. A very pleasant walk.
The Dilemma, actually two of them. One resolved easily – which picture to use, the other settled. This post, rather than one of the other three or four which I now have lined up. Very happy with that.