Stony serpents.

Worked hard in the garden this morning and spent the afternoon drinking coffee, eating cake and chatting with Alison and Bob. It was sunny and yesterday's wind had dropped. Went out in the car afterwards and wandered around. We have some lovely rock formations in Fife. Came back late and a bit dazed from constantly driving into the sun. Very hungry so tucked into lamb tagine from Cooks which is delicious. Made me sleepy though and I'm feeling very tired so forgive me for not commenting. I'll catch up tomorrow.
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Danielle said:

Bien vu et repose toi bien !
21 months ago ( translate )

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Well spotted and taken.
Healthy weekend.
21 months ago ( translate )

Jocelyne Villoing said:

Excellent rendu et le titre est bien approprié !********
Bon samedi Jean.
21 months ago ( translate )

Rosalyn Hilborne said:

A picture with a perfect title Jean :-))
Have a good weekend.
21 months ago

Amelia said:

I love these ribbons of rocks that are prevalent along the coast of the East Neuk. They are excellent in Crail and Pittenweem too.
21 months ago

Weard Bültena said:

alle Furchen führen in das Wasser.
Ruh dich schön aus!
21 months ago ( translate )

Keith Burton said:

Fascinating rock formations..............and I can see where you got the title from!

They look as if they're volcanic in origin?
21 months ago

Doug Shepherd said:

Very well spotted Jean, the ridges certainly do mimic the backbone of a serpent.
21 months ago

tiabunna said:

Great light and the angled rock strata do remind me of crocodiles!
21 months ago