Sunday, November 01, 2015

Good Evening, Starshine


 Well, another Samhain has passed.

 We hope you all had a wonderful Hallowe'en, and are ready for the latter half of Autumn? 

Sunset at Cromer Lighthouse yesterday - Samhain begins here!



With the setting of the sun today, Samhain comes to an end for another year.







Good night!



22 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos. And amazing that you found such high ground in Norfolk to take them from... Jx

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    1. Ooh, Jon! You startled me! And as such, I haven't the wits about me to reply properly, so I'll have to recycle a comment from a couple of posts back:

      "While most of Norfolk is as flat as the proverbial pancake, here at the leading edge, we rather enjoy our lofty perch which enables us to lord it over the riff raff!"

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    2. Boo! Jx

      PS throw the riff-raff a bread roll from me...

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    3. 'Tis done. Although it was rather stale and knocked one of them out!

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  2. Someone said that to me not long ago... By the way, isn't this Fry Country? My kin are down around Swaffham and Fakenham.Well, there's Sandringham up the road, but we don't mix with them.

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    1. "Dierdre Chambers! What a coincidence!" - Well, recycling is the in thing, isn't it?

      Fry Country, indeed. Plus, without Cromer, you wouldn't have your Dyson (if you have a Dyson, that is). And Sandringham's got a bit "Rah!" ever since Lady Di came to prominence - I hope your family steer clear?

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    2. Well, I haven't heard from Cousin P in years. But they did take me for a drive up past Sandringham which wasn't terribly exciting as it was all locked up while they got it ready for a Christmas wing-ding.

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  3. yes, the harvest is over EXCEPT for a few errant hairs on
    some of low hanging fruit over at la mistressa's place.

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    1. I think I'll stick to the canned fruit!

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    2. strange fruit hanging indeed!!!!

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  4. I tell you, your on a roll with these beautiful photos. I must admit to being just a bit sad now that Halloween is over, but at least we have the rest of Samhain to look forward too. And a bit of advice, DON'T buy the fruits MJ is selling at her roadside stand.

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    1. Thank you - for the compliment and the advice (no fruits shall be purchased as I've already flossed today).

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  5. *fruit fly enters the room*

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  6. ♪ ♫ Gliddy glup gloopy
    Nibby nabby noopy la la la lo lo
    Sabba sibby sabba

    Nooby abba nabba le le lo lo
    Tooby ooby walla nooby abba nabba
    Early morning singing song ♪ ♫

    PS: Great pix!

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    1. Ah, so those are the lyrics! Thanks.

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  7. How Freudian can you get? This post is just an excuse to go, 'I've got a great big prominence'! It anyway doesn't compare to the view of rent boys I get. Nature, indeed...

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    1. Ha!

      Ah, you city-dwelling witches. I'm sure Birminingham's own 'prominences' come into their own with all those rent boys around!

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  8. Lovely sunset...
    BTW... Have been watching Agatha Christies "Partners in Crime" on the telly and guess what... Cromer popped up on the screen just this week... well a replica of the army base there in the late 40's.... And of course it's a cliff hanger!

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    1. ::groan::

      (although I did smile, too)

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  9. Belated Blessings of Samhain to you darling.

    Hope your last harvest of the year was a good one.

    xx

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    1. Thank you, Roses!

      I was very lucky in that someone had already harvested the grapes and turned them into wine for my consumption on the night!

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