Category Devon

Tinner’s Rabbits

The Tinner’s Rabbits are a wonderfully clever symbol that repeats itself around Devon churches. It is depicted in stained glass and, most frequently carved in the bosses of their roofs.  Yet similar imagery is not restricted to these parts. It…

Brixham at Twilight

It’s mainly pictures today. I thought that I’d share some festive shots of Brixham at Twilight that I took on the way back from a wee shopping trip into town to buy odds and sods. Nothing too exciting: flavoured Rennie,…

Greenway

Isn’t it funny how we don’t always explore what is immediately on our doorstep? We’d never been to Greenway, the summer getaway of Agatha Christie that is just a stones throw from our own home. But with time off last…

Favourite Tree

On Monday I was stopped in my tracks by the traffic lights going out of town. Although I was keen to get to work it was fortuitous. In the first light of the morning I was able to admire a…

Brixham UFO

When I went in search on Pixabay for a photo to illustrate today’s post I was after a real live Brixham UFO. But there wasn’t any. A few of the sceptics would say there’s a reason for that but I…

Brixham Angels

Ah a little post about the local legend of the Brixham Angels. What can I use to illustrate it? I know. Here’s another one of my mosaics. The angel wings are a favourite of mine made for a friend, one…