I was walking along the beach, when the texture of a rock caught my eye. The local rock is red sandstone, but there are other rocks, which are said to have arrived due to glacial action in the last ice-age. I am posting two pictures this time taken from close to and very close to the rock.
Earlier this month a steam train was scheduled to take an excursion from Saphos trains along the Cumbria Coastal Railway. The best local place for photography is probably the station as all trains stop there if only briefly. However it can be very busy and everyone wants a good spot, so I decided to snap it on its way into the station.
As I arrived at my vantage point with a view of a fairly long stretch of the line, I disturbed a rabbit and a heron. Both creatures were far quicker than the time taken to switch on my camera and point it in the right direction!
The track slopes down to the station so that trains can coast along at a reasonable speed. No puffs of smoke as there are beyond the station when it sets off again. The diesel engine in case of need had the name Roger Hosking MA, although it is not legible on my photos.
I went for a walk today, when the forecast was mainly rainy, looking for appropriate things for this challenge. There were more than I expected. The photo I chose is of a beck, with the predominant plant on the bank being dock, which has gone to seed with red spikes. There are at least three words ending in K in the same photo!
This area has appeared in a previous challenge, when the topic was fence. Today’s photo was taken from the bridge in the earlier post.