I posted this at a similar time last year. This isn’t actually my Morris - mine was in a garage somewhere in Yorkshire and I had yet to realise it would be coming in a few months time. How things change, ay? ❤️
Just dropping in this calm from my camera roll, it’s all a bit too hectic at the moment isn’t it? Breathe it in folks.
Film genius, perhaps not, but it’s soothing in its own way.
Have a good one x
Where do you call home? For me it’s the UK and we are pretty fortunate to have some stunning locations! 🙏🏻
I have always been drawn to the British suburbia. 🇬🇧The Brits are famous for their love of flower-filled gardens and fresh country air, and their small towns are as picturesque as they are relaxing.🌸
Once I had visited most of #Manchester 's landmarks, I hopped on a bus to #Worsley - a hidden gem in #Salford . Worsley is locally known for its greenery, half-timber buildings and historic Bridgewater Canal. It's hard to imagine that the green village and its tranquil #canal side setting were once a hive of industry and the birthplace of the 'transport revolution' in the 18th century. Indeed, the 1759 Bridgewater canal served to transport coal via boat from the underground mines to Manchester and beyond! ⚓️Today, the centre of Worsley, around the #Bridgewater Canal, is a conservation area. The charming scenery, the peacefulness and fascinating heritage guarantee a perfect day out. ☺️🍃
Have you visited any small towns in the #UK ? Your recommendations are very welcome!