A good little tour round part of southern England. My! you do pick some wild and woolly places, but like the way the pheasants posed for you, but the best were those details from Hammersmiff Bridge. They don't make them like that any more unfortunately.
Man is not lost, only temporarily uncertain of his position
Thank you Mossie. The bridge was my main reason for wanting to stay in Hammersmith and walk along the Thames. We viewed the bridge but the wind was cold and made outdoors very unpleasant for strolling along the Thames. O so those are pheasants are they! Thanks, we did not know that. Some had different markings. Male and female I guess.
Too too totally terrific, Tod! I love everything -- the way you show your progress from country to town, the contrast between the sleek hotel and the beautiful old flower-covered houses, the food -- everything. And you showed more train stations. Yay! That final photograph of Hammersmith station is beyond excellent. Your coverage of Hammersmith Bridge has me panting to see it. Benches on a bridge -- so civilized.
I misread Mossie's post above and thought that he said he liked the way the peasants posed for you. Ehh??, I thought, then re-read it & realized.
That was my first chance to look at your tour Tod and it was so good! I'm so sorry we couldn't get together - we will one day!
On the Broadstairs pictures, the one looking down the hill through the arch to the harbour, there is a superb restaurant on the left hand side should you ever be there again in the near future (or if anybody else visits).