Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Antiquarian, Way to Alfriston and Sunny Barge

"Hall's Book Shop" :- According to their website (http://www.hallsbookshop.com/)  Hall's Bookshop has been buying and selling antiquarian and secondhand books in Tunbridge Wells (UK) since 1898. Judging by the look of it it's hardly changed since then. It's situated on a corner at the bottom of Chapel Place and is jam packed with old books. There's a reassuringly musty smell as you enter and the feeling you get of times gone by is hard to ignore.



"Rolling Road" :- This is the Alfriston Road that runs between the town of Seaford and the historical village of Alfriston in Sussex, England. It's a winding country road that dips and undulates and offers up spectacular views every one in a while. You can clearly see (in the distance) the rolling hills and farmland which lay between the villages of Alfriston and Wilmington.



"Airing Carpets" :- There are many houseboats berthed on the River Adur in Shoreham. Some are normal looking boats, some are barges, some are ex navy and some have got to be seen to be believed. It's a fascinating place to wander around, especially if the sun's out. When I captured this shot England was caught in a heatwave so I made the most of it by taking a long walk down by the river ... the owners of this boat were making the most of it too by drying their carpets out in the afternoon heat!



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