Weekly photo Challenge: Names

I’d like to know the name of the hen that laid the eggs I eat, as Michelle does. She’s asked for names for this weeks challenge, not as easy as it would seem.

I’ve only managed to find one boat and it’s too cold to got out to photograph any more.

name2The much photographed Lively Lady has been fishing out of Beer for many years.

name1Now isn’t Drang an odd name for a street? It’s in Padstow, Cornwall and there’s a gallery with the same name.

name3The D’Oyly Carte’s were the family behind Gilbert and Sullivan, this Iolanthe poster is at Coleton Fishacre, a National Trust property that was once their home.

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17 thoughts on “Weekly photo Challenge: Names

  1. Must be my eyesight, but I swear I can see 2 boats in that photo 😉
    A bit damp here today, but not cold. And now I remember photographing boats in Budleigh Salterton….

      1. Chime in all you like Yvette, it’s the conversations we all have on here that make it such fun 😀
        ( I imagine Gilly meant ONE photo and not one BOAT as usual I am just pulling her leg :-D)

      2. yeah – we all know your nice humor was doing just that – and and she meant one name in that one photo, right?
        have a nice week and happy new year – and cheers to the convos and thanks for giving us stuff to chime in about – peace

    1. Another weird English name – Beer is a place on the East Devon coast. As well as warm alcoholic drink we Brits drink (well some of us – personally I prefer wine or gin or…. that’s enough about me)

      1. a warm one, eh? now I am so interested….
        and thax – makes sense that Beer is a location too –
        for some reason feeling thirsty after this comment share –

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