|Welcome to Theme Life|
Walking around Sandwich and the surrounding countryside as l do daily, weekly and monthly, I take many photographs. Ten to fifteen per cent are held back in folders and will be used in the blog’s gallery features, prompts, or published articles, whilst some are specifically kept back for this series only.
My main photography focus is wildlife, flora and fauna but also architecture and quirky captures.
Only some of the galleries here will be specifically themed all the time. They might focus on specific events or moments that were chanced upon or hold a fascination for me.
I hope you enjoy the series
|Main Image – “Manwood House”|
|Music – Keep Up|
|Exploring the Echoes of Sandwich|
|We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. |
T. S. Eliot
|Austin’s Lane off New Street with St Peter’s Church in the background leading to King Street|
|Bell Lane |
Above Quay Side
Below Upper Strand Street
|Church Street coming down from St Clement’s Church [Below] leading to High Street|
|Delf Street leading down to the Empire Cinema and leading to New Street|
|Holy Ghost Alley leading to High Street off St Peter’s Street|
|Manwood House Strand Street|
|Merchant Hall looking towards The Bell Hotel from Strand Street|
|Pillory Lane from Strand Street to Fisherman’s Wharf|
|The Toll Bridge Gate|
|St Mary’s Street down from St Mary’s Church leading to Loop Street|
|St Mary’s Street leading to St Mary’s Church from Loop Street|
|Merchant Hall and The Admiral Owen [on corner] in Strand Street|
|Dragon Hall Strand Street|
|The Old Drum St Mary’s Street|
|The Quayside Cottages along the Bulwark|
|Three King’s Yard leading to St Peter’s Street off Strand Street|
|Quay Lane down to The Quay off Upper Strand Street and opposite Fisher Street|
|Vicarage Lane residing between Bowling Street and St Mary’s Church Street|
|Earthly Comfort Designs available on my Redbubble Store.|
Collections – Earthen Wurmin, Inspired By Nature and The Autistic Composter
Please Pop Along and Check Them Out.