Prescience (Venezia 69)

Seems someone was better prepared for the rain than we were... The fearsome beast (too feathery for a dragon, not enough lion for a gryphon) seems most likely to my eyes to be a cormorant, a bird likely to be seen on these coastal waters, and was a sign post for one of Italy's most exclusive … Continue reading Prescience (Venezia 69)


Both sides now

The mouth of the River Wear is a place of contrasts.  On the south bank; the docks and quays of the Port of Sunderland, a commercial port providing berthing, loading and repair services for a variety of vessels like this Japanese multi-purpose heavy-load transport ship Kurobe. The north bank is a more relaxed place, home … Continue reading Both sides now