In no particular order. This was Lincolnshire.
I was going to pretend it was my house. But really it's an antique shop run by a retired couple in the old part of Lincoln. There was stuff banked up everywhere, it was extreme collecting. Everywhere you looked - stuff - not just one of any particular item but many, many, many.
Really big skies and magnificent, epic clouds.
Pretty though utilitarian beach huts at Sutton-On-Sea
Really really enjoying a strawberry ice cream. With sand.
Packing up after an afternoon at the wide golden beach. Reminds me a little of this.
Beautiful grey (working) windmill.
Bird remains. I saw these feathers at one of the towers in Lincoln Castle (which was used as a prison in Victorian times), it was the tower where they'd take the bodies of prisoners who'd been hung for their (often petty crimes, mostly stealing cattle, yes, really) and then dissolve them in quick lime and bury them. Sorry, that was quite a lot of macabre detail. I do quite like learning about stuff like that.
Quick! Distract yourself with a lovely field full of hay.
I feel a little melancholy looking at these (and no, not because of the quick lime story), but because it's as though summer might really be over, not that the weather was really even that summery whilst we were away. And anyway, I like Autumn, but still I do feel a bit of sadness, I like the long nights and possibilities of summer.