Saturday, 26 February 2011

ALMOST STRAIGHT AHEAD

6 comments:

Hermes said...

So enticing.

Mo said...

I wonder what is around the bend. A great photo.

easygardener said...

I am guessing it was not built by the Romans.

Cindi said...

Straight ahead and to the right. Nice shot Lucy.

Chuck said...

Maybe the long and winding road? Nice clean shot.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Hermes and Mo. It's worth being enticed. When you get to the end, there's a little sandy-beach, on a curve.

(Hermes - the narrow, yellowish band crossing the end of the visita is Chesil Beach.)

Hello Easygardener. I like your Romans remark. I think this, being an old railway line, may have grafitti which say 'Victorians and Edwardians was ere'. Why they put this kink . . . I don't know. You can see what is, I think, the remains of where a station was on the right.

That's it, Cindi - then you can go over a bridge and across a causeway . . .

Hello Chuck. Long and Winding fits - as does (perhaps!)'Keep Right on to the End of . . .'.

Lucy

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