This was a plain birdbath bought from a garden centre and given a mosaic make-over.
We’ve visited Brighton hundreds of times but mainly stick to North Laine, enjoying a yummy lunch as we explore, but this time we wandered around Brighton Pavilion, the extraordinary and extravagant pleasure palace built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV.
Such an incredible array of domes, towers and minarets.
Elaborate street lighting and a great place to stop and look out to sea.
Couldn’t resist stopping and taking a pic of this little beauty.
Great street entertainment
and a hot air balloon flying overhead on our journey home.
So, this evening we took a walk on Box Hill and came across this memorial stone
Apparently Peter Labelliere was buried, at his request, upside down in a ten foot hole on the top of Box Hill. “… as the world is turned upside down on Judgement Day” he said, “only he, would be correct way up”. Three cheers for eccentricity!