Friday, 18 September 2009

over the brow

Who can resist being lured over the brow of the hill?


It's worth it when this is the view.


May this perfect early autumn weather continue....

Happy weekend, friends.

19 comments:

kristina said...

These pictures definitely bring back memories of our visit! Happy weekend to you, too! K x

6p00e5504100028834 said...

do i spy a friend for walter?
have a lovely peaceful weekend diana x
with love ginny xxx

JuliaB said...

Sighhhhhhh... idylic. xx

Griffin said...

I used to feel that way about the South Downs... but didn't see the sea straight away.

Lovely view and would have me hurrying down to the sea too!

cocoa and blankets said...

...oh that is just beautiful, its been really really cold and grey here, lovely to see a blue sky...hope it continues for you...

Grandmaibb said...

Not had such a nice day here in Falmouth today. No rain but grey skys.It was lovely when I was down your way on Tuesday, called into Knit wits and picked up some sock wool for the darker evenings. Have a lovely weekend.

Pippa

Diane said...

I love September and October because they never disapoint. I think its because we have no expectation of them and so when we do get blue skies and warm sunshine it feels such a bonus. Lovely lovely photos as ever.xxx

Jenny said...

Beautiful view. The weather has been perfect for getting out and noticing the changes but today the sun has left Scotland, I hope it comes back.

Elise said...

I can smell the sea ! Lovely pictures, thank you so much ! Enjoy the rest of the weekend...

Pipany said...

Feeling somewhat 'over the brow of the hill' age-wise just now Diana (achy joints, tired, you name it...) so lovely to see your pics to remind me of what's out there. Just gorgeous here lately isn't it? Much love missus xx

Pomona said...

Oh, I wish I were there! How beautiful!

Pomona x

Julia said...

Such a tonic, what welcome views today indeed, so missing the ocean for some reason and your pictures have cheered me enormously!

Julia xxx

Cottage Garden said...

Do I spy an old tin mine engine in the far distance? Memories of our recent holiday come to mind - we visited the Crowns Engine Houses at Botallack Mine last week and took an invigorating walk along the cliffs. Your photos are wonderful Diana, as always.

Jeanne x

The Curious Cat said...

Indeed the weather has been marvellous! A good mix of summer with autumn gold! The view is beautiful - curiosity always compels the walker to press on! xxx

Sally Anne said...

Such a beautiful coastline .
I took a gulpful of that wonderful sea air and strode out to join you with Walter,
thankyou for the pictures.

Notes From The Frugal Trenches said...

Oh my....compared to where I am at the mo (in bed with flu) this is just a little piece of heaven. Thank you!

A Bun Can Dance said...

Hi Diana!
Thank you for your comment - I will do a post about Morning Pages soon! I hope you are well and that you are still enjoying the sunshine in Cornwall. Dull here today, but warm and still. I've just posted about your lovely gift of gocco cards - Thank you again!
D x

A Bun Can Dance said...

Hi Diana
Thank you for the suggestion of the Roger Deakin books! I'd not heard about them before and I am now so excited about reading them. They sound amazing, I've jut looked them up on amazon. So I'll be asking for them for Christmas - secondhand of course! I can't wait to read Waterlog especially - wow, fancy being able to swim in all those wild places! Many many thanks for this!
Denise x

Discerning Admirer said...

Thanks to happy memories of paddling in the sea and searching rock pools for hidden treasure, the brow of every coastal hill by still induces an intense thrill of anticipation of a sandy beach on the other side!