Monday, 30 October 2017

Hooking by the sea.

 I am lucky enough to be back in St. Ives for a week.  As my  doll I had started on, requires me to use a sewing machine for the next stage, I have bought my crochet to do.  There is only 6 rounds left to hook, to complete it. It goes very nicely on the couch in the apartment we are staying in.

Agapanthus seed head.
Love exploring St. Ives and no matter how many times I wander around the lanes always plenty to catch my eye. I have manged to visit some galleries and hope to fit in a few more before I go home.

Love the lichen on the roofs.

Waiting for the tide to come in so he can go out on his boat, fishing.

This weather station made me chuckle.

There was a lot of these jellyfish, washed up on the beach today.( Portuguese Men of War)
We stopped off at Truro as hubby needed a bit for his camera,unfortunately they didn't have the item he needed so on we went to Mevagissy, such beautiful weather. We watched the fishing boats come in an unload their catch- 3 crates of mackerel, I felt like I was in the film 'The Birds' because the sky was full of seagulls looking for a free meal.


Gina said...

Such a beautiful part of the country and far too long since I was last there.

Diane Kelsey said...

Perfect weather for hooking a large blanket. Great photos x