As we walked up to the yachting lake in Gosport I could see the surface of the water pulsating – on closer inspection it was thousands of saucer sized jellyfish – they were so delicate and beautiful, I have not seen that before.
The above picture may have been digitally enhanced! 🙂
After a lovely breakfast at The Boat House, we went for a chilly damp walk around Gosport seafront in the fog. Portsmouth was barely visible across the narrow harbour and everything was dripping with fog – perfect for some moody shots!
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This has been catching my eye recently and at last I had my camera with me when I passed by the Explosion Museum today.
Lovely sunny walk around Gilkicker yesterday.
Taken today in the crisp sunshine!
I am genuinely sad to see Gosport Queen go although obviously pleased she’s getting a new life on the Thames, she was always my favorite and I would love it when she stepped in for one of the newer ferries from time to time. I have travelled on her most of my life, we are almost the same age, and I love the quirky design and of course all the wood. Below a little tribute to Gosport Queen with some pictures I’ve taken recently.