Monday, 5 December 2016

Reading Minster

This week I'm showing some of the increadible work in Reading Minster Church St Mary

Above you see the back of the altar in the Chancel

The noth aisle you can see a painted screen and beside that an Altar 

 The altar with the paiting above it 

The Painted screen with figures that have muical instruments 

The Painting above the Altar showing St Mary
Taking Part in Monday Mural

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Dawn Sky

Tuesday was one of those Frosty morning that mad you wantto go out an watch the sunrise, but I  had to go to work and did not get to appreciate it. Wedenday again promised the same but this time  I stopped off at Habourne Hill to ge a photo of the dawn.

The sun beging to show its rays  

A track used by the landowner 

Down the track Phesants begining to look for food 

I took this when I got out of the car at work 

But I left this till last, its a stich photo showing what I was looking at in the First photo. This was the top of Hagboune Hill looking over towards the Thames Valley

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Cooking Bluebery Muffins

Watch this space

I took the dog to the vets last Friday I noticed something going on across the nearby field. An area had been fenced off for the building of a new housing estate of 20 odd houses. I knew it was on the cards now it looks like it is final here. So watch this space because I will take a few photos periodicity of the progress

The whole are across the field, I might add the area in the forground has been archioligicly  inspected and I have no doubt will be built on in the future.

This is looking towards some houses that were built back in 1960, my best friend at the time live in one of them with his family. Don't know where he lives now

The houses you see here were built in the 1980's, in front is the safety fence for the work to be done

The odd shaped building is a care in the community house for people who were in Faremile  Mental Hospital, far as I know it is still used to house them

All the houses here were built in the 1960's and while they were being built my firends and I used to use it as a playground, not something you can do nowadays.
Taking park on Our World Tuesday

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Henry of England

I was visiting and art exhibition in Reading the other week and walked past St James Church spotting this huge poster advertising the play being done in the church, a few days later I saw some news about it on the TV and recognised the church. The poster here is about 3 meters high and is the height of the North aisle wall

Taking part in Monday Mural

Thursday, 24 November 2016

Allotment Sky

I frequently walk past these allotments and thought the sky threatened rain on this occasion, it soon passed and the sun came out a little later