Now we’re sure this will make you all laugh out loud. Mama was watching Kevin Kostner in “Robin Hood Prince of Thieves” the other night. No, that’s not the funny bit, these photos are the funny bits. Well Robin Hood lands in England at Dover with Asseem played by Morgan Freeman. See Map of England. Dover is right at the bottom of the map. Robin Hoods invites Asseem to dine with him and his father in Nottingham later that same night. OK, Understand that bit. Then the next scene we see Robin Hood and Asseem, walking along a wall towards this tree – second photo. But take a look at the third photo – our very own photo taken circa 2009 – this tree and this wall are in Northumberland – the wall is Hadrian’s Wall. Somehow I think they took a wrong turn. LOL !!!!
Map of UK. Dover bottom right, Nottingham in the middle, and “The Tree” located towards top of map at Hadrians Wall
Photo of “The Tree” take off the tv
Our very own photo taken in 2009 at Hadrians Wall (c)Scarlett-Hornby Photography
Usually we’d enhance our photos with silly hats, or glasses, or tweak them with a filter of some description, but this photo doesn’t need any enhancing at all. It’s a delightful photo of ‘Hunter’ taken on 13th September 2015.
Mmmm ….. I think Mama needs a break – she’s been messing with us just a little too much lately. This one looks like we’ve all dunked our bottoms into tartan coloured paint = all except for Izzy, who’s head seems to have been gotten!
Still it’s all in the name of entertainment!
Told Mama not to mess with photos of babies. Too many people like to see babies just as they are – nothing added to them – but having looked at this photo for some time, they do actually look quite funky! So I’ll let her off.
Well can you believe it! This is me and Fin, back in the day. Looks like we’ve received the Midas Touch – oh if only I hear Mama whisper.
Anyway, I likes this look, not too sure about the colour of the water we are supposed to be slurping – looks a bit too red for my liking!
Those pesky stepping stones always caused us trouble – except for Finlay – who scampered across , no problem. But me and Gus, well Gus always fell in, and I wasn’t too clever at scampering across them like Fin and often tried to jump too far and ended up being beached.
Went across them the other day – Fabi was carried (what a baby!) and I tried to get completely across, but Mama had to come and rescue me, and as usual I ended up getting wetter than I really wanted to. However, it was worth it ‘cos we had a fabulous walk in the wonderful spring sunshine.
Does anyone else have trouble navigating stuff like stepping stones?