Thursday, March 09, 2006

Goring-by-Sea, Sussex


A Saturday drive to visit Mike at his pub, The Mulberry in Sussex.






Mother and son taking the sea air.

9 comments:

sirreene said...

See is is necessary for you to show me Sussex because if I try to see it on my work computer I will be blocked because it has 'sex' in it. So thank you. Now where is the...oh on CJ's blog!

Perfect Virgo said...

Sirreene - CJ may have words but my blog is bursting with Sussex. Decadent pictures everywhere you turn!

NMAMFQLMSH said...

The pictures are wonderful PV.
I see you,
JJ

Queen Neetee said...

Thank you for leading me away from the usual places shown on the Travel Channel. These are lovely and personal pics from the eyes of a friend.

Your choices are wonderful!

Perfect Virgo said...

JJ - glad you liked them, see what you think of the next batch...

Neetee - I guess Nat. Geog. has its place but I prefer to stay off the beaten track and I try to let my photos show that.

Anna Piutti* said...

What great shots! The "tree arch" is definitely a favourite.

Perfect Virgo said...

Anna - most unusal for a seafront feature, I agree.

GEL said...

Like QN, I thought of Hearst Castle here: a fascinating place full of history, too.

Is it bitterly cold now with the winds or was this photo taken earlier than a couple of weeks ago? I read the average temp for your area on the map, but the most current is for last year's average.

Perfect Virgo said...

SilvermOOn - our temps are usually about 55/60 this time of year but we have gone through a spell of sub 50 with easterly winds. The vagaries of our climate mean we may well be basking in warmth a few weeks from now!