We've had our share of blue skies this week.
Well the trees have anyway. South Common, Lincoln.
Park St, Lincoln.
Captured at the Arboretum just before the clouds rolled in this morning.
South Common, Lincoln.
Viking Way, near Bracebridge Heath.
With winter aconite accents. Park St, Lincoln.
University of Lincoln.
Snicket is a northern english word for alley. Wikipedia's entry for "Alley" is worth a read as it has an extensive guide to the many other terms in use. This snicket is in Bracebridge Heath.
Beaumont Fee, Lincoln.
Today's respite from the storms of late. More rain expected tomorrow. Western end of the Brayford Pool, Lincoln.
LPAC is a public theatre located on the University of Lincoln campus.
From Lincoln Arboretum.
(It's actually a pumping station sitting atop a reservoir). Seen from the ridge.
From the University of Lincoln.
It's difficult to convey in a photo just how windy it was this morning. The power station on the horizon gives a clue and these rooks seemed to be enjoying the updraft over the ridge. Bracebridge Heath.
The Sun Inn dates back to 1705 and was featured in "Sons and Lovers" by D H Lawrence. Eastwood, Notts.
Scargill Walk has nothing to do with Arthur: it was known as Scargill Street in the times of D H Lawrence and he was even planning to use it as the title for a novel. Eastwood, Notts.