Where has this week gone? Cannot believe Friday is here already and therefore that means it is time to link with Amy at Love Made My Home for another Five On Friday post.
I have decided this week to show you something a little different from my usual crochet/walks/weight type posts. I haven't done anything very exciting this week so am delving into my weathervane photos - yes that is right, sad I know, but since we have been out and about walking more I have been amazed by the number of different weathervanes we have seen - so I have decided that every so often I would show you some on my 'Five' posts.
For centuries weathervanes have kept people in touch with the elements, signalling shifts in the wind which bring changes to the weather. For more information please follow this link.
|Traditional weathervanes often feature a cockerel. This one can be found on an outbuilding in Longparish, Hampshire|
|This ship fittingly is to be found adjacent to the sea at Minehead, Somerset|
|Being a bird of prey lover I just love this red kite vane at Hannington, Hampshire|
|This sheep sits atop an outbuilding in Kingsclere, Hampshire|
|This quite intricate dragon design sits atop the museum in Newbury, Berkshire|
It is worth looking up when you are out and about, you never know what you are going to see!
Please go and visit Amy to find links to more Five On Friday posts.