Thursday, 15 November 2012

sunrise

 I thought I would share some photos of a beautiful sunrise I watched a couple of days ago.  Shame about the telegraph  wires but I do not think British Telecom would be too pleased if I cut them! I have a large field opposite, sometimes we have horses grazing, children playing and people use it as a short cut but soon they are to build social housing so my views will go. In the far distance on a very clear day I can see the hills but that will be lost forever  Such a shame but the houses are needed, so little building has been done in the last few years.  I do not know why the powers that be cannot do something about all the empty houses, they would make homes for those on the never ending waiting lists, such a waste.








The last photo was taken a few days previously,   rather liked the half hearted attempt at a sunrise and managed to catch a few gulls flying past.

Yesterday we were back once more at hospital for Sal`s check up on her shattered ankle.  Still not been discharged but have to go back in 3 months, not healing too well and quite a bit of calcification going on whatever that means.  She can now do a bit of dancing but cannot do sport till he sees her again, he said normally a patient is discharged after 6 weeks, Sal had her accident on july 12th so it is really dragging on.

6 comments:

Pippas quilts said...

love the pictures of the sunrise I now have to go out in the fields to see this. Sal is having a few problems but on the mend.

Queeniepatch said...

What a beautiful sunrise! It will still be there even after they build those houses but you will have to look UP. It is a luxury to be able to see the sky line freely, void of buildings or telegraph lines.

I am sorry to hear about Sal's ongoing health problems. Calcification means that calcium (salts) is building up in soft tissues. It seems to be quite common after a bone injury and can be quite painful.

Teresa said...

Beautiful photos of the sunrise....hope I get some of those on my travels....

Linda said...

What glorious photographs Margaret. I LOVE sunsets and sunrises. Thanks for sharing what you see. Sorry to hear Sal is still not 100%. Hang in there, she is young and should heal in time. Cheers.

Susan Hook said...

What lovely pictures that you have taken Margaret, you dont often see the sky like this.Best wishes for Sal I am sure that things will get much better.

Suztats said...

Love the sunrises! We don't get to see any where we live as the trees and hills hide it from us, so I really enjoyed yours. Such a shame you'll lose that view in future.....
Best wishes to Sal for a full recovery.