Friday, 1 April 2016
Thursday, 11 February 2016
The notice at Les Landes reads:
Site of special Interest
This Heathland has been designated as a Site of special interest under Article 9 of the States of Jersey (Planning) Law 1967 (As amended) to protect and preserve its outstanding natural beauty, wildlife and its geological and archaeological heritage
To ensure that this sensitive area is conserved for the future, please respect the wildlife and observe the following;
For your own safety. please beware of sudden drops, quarries, cliff edges, bunker entrances
Please keep to the footpaths
Considerate pedestrians only
No horses except on designated Bridal Paths
No motor vehicles
Do ensure that all dog faeces are removed to the bins provided
Do not disturb, pick, uproot, remove or in any way harm the plants and animals
Fire risk - Lighting of fires including BBQ's is forbidden
Please take all your rubbish home and leave the area as you found it so that others may also enjoy their visit
I particularly like the phrase "Considerate pedestrians only" but am disappointed by the unnecessary apostrophe in BBQs and the mis-spelling horror of bridal for bridle.
A contribution to signs, signs.
Tuesday, 1 December 2015
Jersey is well known for its jewellers and one of the main ones in St Helier is Rivoli.
Rivoli Jewellers is known for its revolving clock which is a feature of the green and gold trimmed exterior. Each hour miniature figurines reflecting different aspects of island life, such as tourism, fishing and farming, revolve around on a small platform.
A contribution to Shop Window theme on City Daily Photos and Our World Tuesday.
Sunday, 1 November 2015
The beach at St Brelade's Bay.
The sun casts shadows on the promenade below which sunbathers relax between the seawrack.
Before long the tide will turn and all will change.
A contribution to the Ephemeral theme at the City Daily Photo Community and Shadow Shot Sunday.
Thursday, 1 October 2015
Tuesday, 1 September 2015
Les Jongleurs, is a granite sculpture of two musicians by Caroline Vincent erected in the pedestrian precinct at Snow Hill by the Jersey Public Sculpture Trust in 1996.
A contribution to the Curiosites Theme at City Daily Photoblogs.