|Pink and purple miniature lavender|
|Lavender with a pin hole effect on the camera|
I've had a busy few days. Yesterday (Saturday) I went to Leeds to the football stadium Elland Road, not to watch football, which is on its summer break but to go to a mind, body and spirit festival at their conference facility with friends, Linda, Helen and Phil which was very good and saw a couple of interesting free lectures and many interesting exhibitors.
|In the boatyard - seen better times|
|A rusting barge|
|Sunset under the Humber Bridge|
|The late evening sun shining on the Humber mudflats at the entrance to the Haven|
Today, the town has a population of just over 9,000 people and we were privileged to hear the church bells ringing in the distance as we were finishing this little walk at dusk, this was a throw back for me as I remember the church bells ringing on a Thursday night in Cottingham as a lad.
Today's blog title by the way comes from a traditional English folk song of the 17th century.
I hope you have a fabulous week.