For this week’s Midweek Madness Challenge (CMMC), Cee Neuner has posted a photo of a boat for us to pick a topic. I have chosen a photo with several boats, which I took in July using my phone.
Cee Neuner’s Midweek Madness Challenge (CMMC) this week is for something with the letter Q or the letter U. Do visit Cee’s blog to see her photos and links to other participants’ photos.
Whitehaven harbour has a number of quays, which have names including Sugar Tongue – a reference to the cargo which was unloaded there in times past. Now the harbour is used for fishing and leisure.
My photo was taken with my phone on a bright day in October. There is a lot to look at. In the foreground is a juvenile gull and a sculpture C2C marking the start of the Coast to Coast cycle route. The wavy line and the crow’s nest were part of a regeneration scheme for the harbour. In the background older buildings around the harbour are visible. It was a perfect day for reflections. I was there to look at the swans.
For this post I decided to share some photos I have taken during October. Some were taken through the windows of trains crossing the River Thames. The others were taken during and after a visit to The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven, where hubby and I visited an exhibition of sea paintings and another about World War I. We are looking forward to the exhibition of Wildlife Photographs, which begins later in November.