‘Phelps to race great white shark’ – Interesting headline. Phelps has a top speed in water of 6mph, a great white 25mph. Can’t see the shark having to wait too long for his tapas!
Flags lend themselves to a bit of selective colouring. This one flies in Plaza de España, Nerja.
A couple of sequential shots make a cute animated gif.
Plaza Tutti Frutti, the main area of nightlife in Nerja, now has a signboard, a stone monolith with colourful lettering.
I enjoy discovering quirky new things, and Dorset’s annual Knob Throwing Festival certainly qualifies. It began fairly recently, in 2008, but has become so popular that this year it had to move from the village of Cottistock to a larger venue at Kinsgton Maurwood House near Dorchester.
Quite a large headline. too!
After a couple of weeks trying to overcome some sort of debilitating flu, cold, bug, virus, plague or whatever it was, where lethargy was an aspiration and appetite was a faded memory, it was almost joyous to finally see something and actually fancy eating it, even if it was a slice of cake.
On Friday afternoon I popped down to El Salon with my nine month-old granddaughter for her first trip to the beach Lots of sand castles The water was calm, but very cold, although that didn’t stop anyone.
Every so often I keep trying new camera straps, mostly self-assembled, to find something which is comfortable and gets away from the thin, advertising-covered straps which come with a camera. I even tried a clutch strap for a while, but although I generally found it be comfortable and very efficient, long-term use did highlight a couple of drawbacks.
England begin their brief one-day tour of the West Indies in Antigua….The so-called BBC Website