Yesterday G and I had a little jaunt out together on the train.
We went to Petersfield.
It's somewhere I've been waiting to visit for a while and G suggested he book a day off and we go on our own.
Just down from the station I spotted this sculpture and said 'oh look at that lovely sheep'. In my defense I was looking at it head on at first and it is only the size of a sheep, it's not proper cow size. When we got closer and I got my camera got G said 'here goes the start of many photo taking stops for the day'.
Petersfield has a very pretty and bustling town centre
and in the centre of the centre is a statue of William III dressed as a Roman Emperor.
One of the reasons I wanted to go to Petersfield was to pay a visit to the museum and the Flora Twort art gallery. I checked online at the weekend and unfortunately both are closed on a Monday, so I have to save these for my next trip there.
Snippets of things which caught my eye during the day.
After a brief stop for lunch we made our way to the Heath and then took a very slow amble round the 22 acre pond.
The sun was out and the sky was blue and being in such surroundings made a perfect end to a relaxing day out.