Saturday, 6 August 2016

Poetic licence

Here are some random photos from our trip. One of them is a statue of Tennyson, which is about as tenuous a literary link as you're likely to get - although we haven't finished yet. I may do even better if I really put my mind to it.






9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Old castle ruins are so awesome.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I was here.

Just didn't have anything to say. Imagine that.

oscar case said...

Alfred Lord Tennyson, All right! It would help us foreigners with an ID of the castles, since we (I or me, anyway) have no idea which ones they are or where. Thanks, Patsy.

Rosemary Johnson said...

Your castles are amazing. Are you sure you don't know which they are?

Neil Waring said...

Very nice - appears to be a ghost in front of the van

Patsy said...

Thanks, all. The locations are Oxburgh Hall, Orford Castle and (I think) Castle Acre Abbey.

Linda D said...

Lots of inspiration for new literary works there. My imagination works best if I don't have to confine it to a real place!

Susan A Eames said...

Lovely pics, Patsy. Looks like you've been enjoying some good weather too!

Diane Weidenbenner said...

Great photos! I found you through the IWSG and I'm glad I did. I love traveling, although I don't do as much as I used to. I'm #256 on the list, In my own words. Love what you are doing - keep up the good work.