E is for England

 Welcome to a tour of my blogs written for the A-Z challenge.

It is April 5th   and my Enthusiasm has not waned

Today is a photo blog of a recent trip to Nottingham in England to visit one of my writing buddies from Blogophilia.

Downtown Nottingham

Downtown Nottingham

Dates back to 1189

Dates back to 1189

Robin Hood

Robin Hood

A bird - what’d you think it was?

A bird – what’d you think it was?

Crazy joggers. It was freezing, but not raining...

Crazy joggers. It was freezing, but not raining…

Lake Trent

River Trent

Newstead Abbey, originally an Augustinian priory, is now best known as the ancestral home of Lord Byron.

Newstead Abbey, originally an Augustinian priory, is now best known as the ancestral home of Lord Byron.


I enjoy photo-blogs, very little writing 😀 Have you ever posted a photo-blog?

Very Excited to see what you’ve posted

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11 Responses to E is for England

  1. trev says:

    I feel quite proud that you have chosen your visit to my place for your photo blog Sue
    We had a ball didn’t we…
    I enjoyed so much having you visit me Sue and showing you round Nottingham..
    you have a great eye with a camera Sue… love the shots you have blogged here…
    I see you left out the one of the back of my head ahahha..
    just two things to point out though Sue….
    The Trip to Jerusalem is the oldest pub in England .. or maybe I should call it an Inn or Tavern..
    and Secondly the bird wasn’t just a picture of a bird!!… it was a picture of our next meal!!!…
    ahahahahah… Joking!!…
    OK *tapping fingers* … can;t wait to see “F”!!!!!… xxx

  2. Enid says:

    Love the UK and your pictures. Looking forward to the rest of your A – Z posts! I also have photo blog.

  3. The Tower of London was one of my favorite tourist stops. All that history of imprisonment, torture and death. Gave me the shivers.

  4. Andrea @ Maybe It's Just Me says:

    These photos make me want to travel (even though I can’t seem to get off the couch this afternoon!)

  5. Great photos. I enjoyed this post immensely because I love Robin Hood.

  6. Pete Denton says:

    Great photos, thanks for sharing. We went to Newstead Abbey once last year only to find they only opened the house one day a week. And, no, not the day we visited. Still we had a nice walk around the gardens to read the epitaph to his dog. Timing 🙂

  7. VR Barkowski says:

    Awesome E! Love England. I’ve been, but never to Nottingham. It looks fabulous. Somewhere to go on my next visit.

    Photo-blogs are the best. I’ve done a several: one on trees, one on doors from around the world, and one on Savannah. Don’t ask how I remember any of that. 🙂

  8. Awesome shots! Love the caption on the bird, LOL!

  9. Jenna Jaxon says:

    No I haven’t done a photo blog and I should! This one was great! And you’re right–less writing. 🙂

  10. Elin Gregory says:

    I’ve never been to Nottingham. I think I should go. Great post Sue!

  11. Great pictures honey 🙂


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