As we drove from Kent to Essex, we cross the Thames via the tunnel under the river. On the way back, we go over the Thames with this a beautiful bridge. I thought nobody wants to see the picture of the tunnel, so I share that of the bridge here. ; )
|Woohoo! A nice view!|
I saw two old style Double Deckers on the motorway. This one is really old one. Probably it was made in 1950's. I also saw the one I used in 1980's. People including myself used to hop in and out when the bus stopped at the signals. It was a fun!
|Old style Double Decker|
|The dog jumped up to the air to kiss the lady on the right.|
|She looks just like Topaz!|
There were several marquees in the ground. We saw this display in one of them. This dish is large, about 60 cm in diameter.
In the first marquee, I fell in love with these beautiful porcelain made by Susanne Lukacs-Ringel from Germany. (Links at the end)
|Porcelain fired in wood firing kiln, Anagama, Japanese style kiln.|
|Outside has orange blush|
|Saucers and inside are celadon.|
|Japanese bamboo spoon|
|It looks very nice with the set!|
After that, we got some ice cream. I had rum raisins, and Mike Vanilla. £3 each per scoop! I first thought it was rather expensive, but they were delicious! Mine had real rum in it! So I think it was worth it.
|Mike is ordering ice cream. : )|
It was about 29 c. We went from autumn to summer suddenly.
|Sheep look hot, too! Fleece needs to be cut! By Jonathan Barrett-Danes|
|Sarah Cox Ceramics|
Ours? This little red Toyota. : ) I am resting while Mike took photos.
|Our little Toyota., Yaris|
Once we were back home we watched Andy Murray's victory. It has been a lovely day for everyone. (well, except for Djokovic...)
Susanne Lukacs-Ringel's Website
Her main gallery
Art in Clay