Monday, 8 August 2011

Whitby

Just to prove that the sun does (occasionally) shine in the UK....
Whitby - seen from the south side of the harbour.
Looking from the north side of the harbour.
The dead centre of town.  West Cliff in the middle distance and Sandsend further away.

10 comments:

Don M said...

I know there is sun shine there I saw it the day I got on the plane to come home! The UK reminds me of
the I was assigned to Fort Lewis Wa, when the sun came out everything just stoped ...;-)

Mosstrooper said...

Years since we have been to Whitby - marvolous fish and chips if I remember rightly !.

Paul´s Bods said...

EEEH lad!!...Whitby,,,roll up ya trouser legs and tie a hankie on ya head!!
Been there a few times..the thought of fish and chips is now making me homesick..
Cheers
paul

Tim Gow said...

Don M
A few years back I met a countryman of yours on a train from Dundee to Cambridge. He had spent the previous 3 weeks in the north (even by my standards) of Scotland and was grumbling 'cos the weather had been so good! No pleasing some people.

Tim Gow said...

Mosstrooper
Fish & chips still good, but bloody expensive now!

Tim Gow said...

Paul's Bods
Ah such sophistication!

Paul said...

Nice shot from the graveyard.Good to see that Fish and Chips is still a staple part of the English diet.

Every-time I have been in the UK I have been lucky with the weather in the Summer.

Long may it last.

Tim Gow said...

Paul
We normally turn off the good weather to deter Johnny Foreigner. You must have influence...

Ross Mac said...

Very picturesque. Doesn't it make you want to build a model version and launch an amphibious assault on it?

On a side note, we just had our monthly average rainfall yesterday.

Tim Gow said...

Ross Mac
There speaks a true wargamer! I know what you mean - I find it difficult to look at a lanscape objectively without thinking 'that'd be a bugger to attack' or whatever. Sorry to hear about your excessively moist weather - it's turned a bit chilly here this week.