I’m not sure why being at the seaside or in an amusement park inspires people to have a tattoo but […]
Tag Archive for ‘seaside’
Economy of Scale
In the land of make-believe expect the unreal.
Sunday night lights
A rainy Sunday night in Skegness tinged with Edward Hopper or maybe Tom Waits. Perhaps my imagination stretches too far.
It was grey and rainy, the Skegness parade was late, the people waited… and waited. A lone figure walked the […]
Sorry, I had to use it somewhere. You have heard it said so often that Skegness is so bracing. Here […]
You don’t notice to start with that ‘His Place’ is just a facade. Drawing you in with the promise of everlasting love.
Beach Hut Festival
” one of the highlights of the Lincolnshire calendar” Lincs Coast website Featured in the Lincolnshire Echo and on the Lincolnshire […]
Latest east coast defence system goes live. No, just wind shelters at Saltfleet.
Picture a pristine beach with a bag of dog crap on it. Two walkers pass by on their way back […]
Strangeness – no, it’s not a place near Skegness. The strange structures are in fact beach huts though, I would […]
I haven’t been to Chapel St Leonards since I was about nine years old. My brother Bob and his wife […]
This is my first official post for the new blog ‘FANTASY ISLAND’ about Lincolnshire’s coastline. Up to the age of […]
Back to The Wash
Yesterday, after 30 years I returned to The Wash (see original pic’s here). The emerging issue of the day was […]
Jolly Fisherman Vs Spider-man
Even though the sun has his hat on, in February “It’s so bracing” is an understatement. Click to enlarge