|Posted by foxydevonlady on February 3, 2012 at 8:50 PM|
Apologies for the lack of new site visits lately. Two reasons. Firstly, I've been seriously unwell since Christmas and haven't been able to get out and do much. And secondly, the ones that I have managed to do are more suitable for a local history book that I'm currently writing, therefore I'm keeping them a bit secret at the mo. Oh, and another reason is that I've been gradually re-working the older pages, updating and adding more pics.
There are a few pages and albums that I still need to take more pics for. Illness has stopped play as far as travelling is concerned, but I'll hopefully be adding those in the not too distant future. I have Rougemont Castle to complete, with photos of the towers and outer walls, Rougemont Gardens and better pics of Rougemont House, plus some extra details of Bradninch Hall. And, I still need to take interior pics of Lyme Regis's Catholic Church and also Harbour Inn in Axmouth in order to complete the pages and albums. Whilst in Exeter, I plan to visit the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, plus add pics of other places. Lots to do, as soon as I'm able!
I'd love to pretend that I've spent a lot of time working on the Lyme Bay section, which is still under construction. Sadly, I'd be a liar if I did! The whole idea has turned out to be rather complicated, but I have started to work on the individual pages for it...a bit at a time...and I might reorganise it somewhat before it's up and running.
Meanwhile, I've added 'Other Photography' to the nav bar, in order to showcase pics of favourite subjects that have nothing to do with the website as such. Having said that, they are all taken in the area where I live, which adds to the picture...and some of which will also eventually connect with the site visits.
That's about it for now! I plan to slog this year to organise, complete things started and bring things up to date. If health allows it'll be a bonus to get out and about a bit further afield and add some interesting things on the way. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy and thank you for looking in at my part of the world.