Here’s #4, a very strange object!

A new feature: the ‘cunning clue’ :

‘It may have been there a long time?’

The answer will be published below on Monday evening. This will give time for our blogging friends in far places to consider the image and cogitate!

Please write your entries in the blog’s comments.

Good luck!

————- Answer ————

I’m going to do badly out of this because several people recognised what it was…

So here’s the bigger picture! It was the wooden remains of a groyne or sea-break on Heysham Beach.

So congratulations and a virtual bottle of Limoncello to each of our winners:

Willowdot21, Caroline and Audrey Driscoll and Pensitivity.

Another one on Sunday…

Virtual bottles of this week’s fave tipple, Limoncello, to the two best answers. I’m not bored with this superb drink, yet!

Above: one of my favourite tipples: A Sorrento-made Limoncello. Don’t treat it like pop or you’ll suffer the morning after!

©Stephen Tanham 2022

Stephen Tanham is a Director of the Silent Eye, a journey through the forest of personality to the dawn of Being. and

30 Comments on “But what is it!? #4

  1. Is it part of an old pier, Steve? It looks like a piece of wood in water, but I think it must have some purpose so I’m guessing it’s an old pillar/pile that held up the dock. (sorry about the repeat, my first message seemed to be a response to the above instead…silly me)

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  2. Hi Steve, very curious, and to be honest, I’ve no idea. Coincidentally, my good lady and I have been searching high and low for a bottle of Limoncello for my father-in-law’s birthday. He loves the stuff, but you’re right – very high in alcohol, and not to be taken lightly. We have found a bottle – should be labelled: handle with caution! Hope someone gets it.

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