Wednesday, 11 February 2015

HEADER CHALLENGE
11-02-15
Something Red
by 
Mac

My music spot this week is by Simply Red singing "Stars"

MY HEADER
A twin boiler Locomotive made by Livingston - Thompson in 1885 for the Ffestinog Railway in Wales, to take  holiday folk up the mountain, tis said its such a wonderful ride -  Now stands in its resting place in York in the York Steam Museum.


My Post Pics
The smallest House in Great Britain is in Wales.

The Flag of wales

Across the Seas on a Cruise
 A Red Sunset
&
A Red reflective Drink



Back to the UK
Scotland
Temping a bit of Bully.


Back to England

London
The famous Poppies of London Tower
"We Shall Remember them"

Back home to
Grantham
Preparing our Evening Meal

Thats all my Something Reds
pop over to my side bar - near my shield and see what the other HEADBANGERS 
have put up for my theme of
SOMETHING RED.


GOOD LUCK

7 comments:

George said...

You did a great job with this theme. I really like the locomotive, but all of your 'reds' are beautiful.

Lew said...

Love the old red engine! And some super photography here. I especially like the pepper!

Christine said...

Love all the reds. That train would've been a sweet ride! And of course, as usual, your macro photography is amazing--what a beautiful red pepper.

Craver Vii said...

Stunning red pepper!

Have you heard of the one where a police man was intent on passing through a man's field. The owner said no, so the officer flashed a badge, and said that meant he could cross that fence. Well, when the officer discovered the presence of an angry bull, he ran as fast as he could. It looked like the bull was going to catch him, so the farmer yelled, "Show him your badge!"

Katney said...

Oh, I think that the poppies would have been a grand header. We have so many choices.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Certainly some nice captures of the red in England, thanks for sharing.

visualnorway said...

Red is a difficult colour i photography, but you managed it well - as usual. And that museum in York is just plain wonderful for a steam enthusiast!